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To Kill a Mockingbird


'Shoot all the Bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a Mockingbird.' Lawyer Atticus Finch gives this advice to his ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of To Kill a Mockingbird

Overall customer rating: 4.728

classic literature

by oddjohn on Aug 5, 2013

I purchased this for my daughters summer reading assignment. she enjoyed it immensely.

Lavelle B
by Lavelle B on Sep 28, 2012

My family loves the movie and wanted to read the happy to find it on your sight. Several members of my family will read this book. Thanks

Cherie C

Wonderful Classic!

by Cherie C on Aug 5, 2012

I had never read this classic novel, and I am so glad I finally did. I thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it.

Barbara H


by Barbara H on May 31, 2012

Even though it is a high school English requirement, it is an accurate account of how people were treated at that time in history. The movie is pretty close to the book so if you have a chance watch the movie too. It brings it to life more than the book.

Stephanie M

Excellent Book - Excellent Audio Version

by Stephanie M on Jul 9, 2011

An excellent work of literature! As an 8th grade teacher I share this novel with my students each year and this audio book is the best version I have ever found. Sally Darling's narration is top-notch with spot-on inflections and cadence that allow the listener to transport themselves to Scout's world flawlessly. A must read - and a must listen!

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Discussions about To Kill a Mockingbird


Mockingbird vs. 1984 vs. Gatsby vs. Catcher!!!

If The Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, 1984, and The Great Gatsby were all tossed into a literary cage-fighting match together, which book would emerge as the victor? To make this interesting, let's include The Hunger Games, which isn't a literarly classic like the others but IS about ... Read more


Why is this book still so relevant today?

I read this book in high school and then saw the movie and my kids read it in high school and they are now teaching this book in their class. Although our understanding of race and prejudice has improved our actions lag. Teaching tolerance is still critical. What do you think beyond the race issue ... Read more

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