Go Set a Watchman : If you haven’t heard about Harper Lee’s new novel, then you have definitely been living under a rock. Like, seriously. The super-reclusive, Pulitzer-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird is back with a follow-up to her near-universally beloved coming of age story about the Finch family. This book picks up years later in the 1950s, and finds some of the same characters grappling with a similar set of issues in small-town Alabama...
Featuring some of the most memorable characters in literary history—attorney Atticus Finch, his children Scout and Jem, and of course Boo Radley—To Kill a Mockingbird is the indelible story of race, class, and growing up in the Deep South of the
To Kill a Mockingbird Book | Harper Lee- honestly one of the best books I've ever read. Really gives insight to life at the times. I recommend the book for summer reading, grades 7 and up, but anyone younger should ask a parent first, because of some language and other things.
My absolute favorite book, "To Kill A Mockingbird" opened my eyes to prejudice and how you never know how someone sees things until you listen or try to put yourself in their shoes. It inspired me to go into journalism, to see the world from other people's points of view and to tell their stories. I believe clothes and how we dress ourselves allow others to get an insight into how we think and feel.