To Kill a Mockingbird
Scout and her brother Jem can understand the idea of sin, but in the small American town where they live, evil comes in many shapes and they have to learn to recognize it, and understand how people behave. Their father's unpopularity when he fights for a black man in trouble arouses the town's prejudice and hostility.
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After all these years I finally read this book. First I was impressed with the humour. Next the wisdom of Atticus as a parent and attorney. Then the interaction of the neighbors in the neighborhood ... Read full review
Largeprint editionUser Review - ed1969 - Overstock.com
With the fanfare of the release of Lees Go Set a Watchman I realized I had never read To Kill a Mockingbird. The large print makes this a good way to catch up. The movie is good but book is nearly always better. Read full review