TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD is a compelling, coming of age love story where Jeb and Scout, through play, exploration, and community goings on, begin to question and learn the human lessons of kindness and cruelty; love and hate; pride and prejudice; intolerance and acceptance; justice and lawful unfairness; bravery, cowardice, and indifference, and the often subtle nuances between each.

It is frequently said that "children can be cruel." Jeb and Scout discover that cruelty is not confined to the misunderstandings or ignorance of children. Instead, Unkindness and cruelty are the products of intent, intolerance, and malice as adults often fail to learn the human lessons they are setting out to teach.

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