To Kill a Mockingbird
A well-known classic tale of life during the Depression in the South, Lee's story explores big themes through the eyes of a child. A tough and tender novel of race, class, justice, and the pain of growing up, this novel based on Lee's experiences and hometown continues to influence readers today. While the realities of the Deep South in the 1960s are difficult and serious, the memorable, heart-warming characters of this novel will make confronting those issues a journey that reflects the deep joys and sorrows of being a part of community and courageously standing up for what is right.
Publisher: Harper Collins
Product Dimensions: 8.0H x 5.25W x 0.75D inches
Page Count: 323