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  • Tony Soldani

    Yup! That's a good book right there.

  • Kim Crank

    To Kill a Mockingbird. Every English teacher's favorite book.

  • Sara Wynter Martin

    To Kill A Mockingbird - I read this in high school and loved it. Saw the movie and loved it. My all time favorite book!

  • Lauren Stantley

    one of the only book i enjoyed from the school reading list

  • Natalie Allstead

    To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Quite possibly my favorite book. I've read this one twice: once, when I was eleven, and though I missed many of its larger themes about society, I was still moved by the story of the children growing up in such a conflicted world; the second time I read it I was in high school, and the book took on a much wider, deeper meaning, and even though I knew the ending already it hit me even harder than it did the first time.

  • May Stephens

    one of my favorite books to read in HS

  • K Oldaker

    To Kill A Mockingbird. A great book and a great movie :)

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