To Kill a Mockingbird
Emphasize the idea of tolerance in your classroom with Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel – a book every student should read during their school career.
Told through the eyes of eight-year-old Scout, To Kill a Mockingbird tells about life in a small Alabama town and explores the themes of good versus evil, racism, class, gender roles, moral education, social inequality, coming of age, and small-town life.
Through the lessons learned from the injustice Tom Robinson endures and the cruel punishment of Boo Radley, students are able to grasp the idea that often the hardship inflicted on others without thought is the most atrocious whether or not it is intentional.
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