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To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee

Challenges & Opportunities of Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird

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What's not to love about To Kill a Mockingbird? From the mystery of Boo Radley and the spectacle of Tom Robinson's trial to Scout's flying fists of fury and her chicken-wire and painted cloth ham costume, this novel is packed full of humor, compassion, indignation, suspense, memorable characters, and relatable coming-of-age experiences. 

Yes, even a generation raised on YouTube and iPhones will have memories of jockeying for position with their peers or gossiping about the haunted house at the end of the road, whether those experiences took place on the playground or during an IM session. There are some dynamics of childhood that will always remain the same, regardless of how much the forums in which they take place may change.