To Kill A Mockingbird - the first book I read that gave me an exuberant appreciation for stories that do not end happily ever after
Thank you, Harper Lee for having lived and written with such enormous strength, beauty and grace.
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Journeys with MS: •"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
Atticus maxim which he tries to teach the children. By the end of the book, Scout has learnt her lesson as she stands from the Radley Porch and is metaphorically and literally seeing Maycomb from Boo's perspective.
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Happiness is when you look at your dog and forget all your problems.
To Kill A Mocking Bird. Cute idea for your favorite bookworm-to give or make!
The Boo Radley Challenge