To Kill a Mockingbird is a well-written, descriptive book that captures growing up in a quiet town during the 1930s. The story follows Scout, a young girl growing up in Maycomb, Alabama, and her brother Jem, as they learn what it means to be tolerant and to grow up. This book really goes into the characters, making you feel their emotions and keeps reading until you find out what to feel next. I would definitely recommend this book to teens who want to read a book with a lot of history and insight.
Tompkins County Public Library