On this day in 1960, Harper Lee published “To Kill a Mockingbird.” By tackling racial injustice and social inequality, Lee’s classic remains relevant today.
To Kill A Mockingbird’s inspiring tale of humanity and compassion in the face of prejudice made its debut 61 years ago today. It’s time we bury it.
Please enjoy this selection of five books fit for an audience of 13 years and older – basically a target audience of mainly YA lovers – so that you can not only grow to understand what others go through, but also grow to understand yourself.
On July 11, 1960, Nelle Harper Lee published her first novel, the incredibly renowned ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’.
This week, we celebrate the 59th publication anniversary of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, the treasured American classic that tackles racial injustice and intolerance. Image via Amazon The story has many moments to celebrate, many of which include the heroic Atticus Finch, who instantly became an American icon. Whether you’re re-reading the classic novel, checking out the graphic novel edition, or watching the beloved 1962 film adaptation starring Gregory Peck, here are some of Atticus Finch’s best moments to toast with your favorite drink. Toast and drink when Atticus says: 1. “You never really …