I Kill the MockingbirdBook - 2014
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Three best friends are thrilled when the classic To Kill a Mockingbird appears on their summer reading list and begin plotting ways to get even more people to read it. Are they prepared to handle the consequences when their plan get outs of control?
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“ . . . she still looks like a little doll that Santa Claus would leave beneath a Christmas tree. I resemble one of those gawky stuffed giraffes that nobody ever wins at the carnival…”
“Another definition of wanting is to be missing something. . . When you want something . . . it’s like admitting that your life has a hole in it.”
“Honey . . . the Virgin Mary’s head should not look like a portobello mushroom.”
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Fat Bob was dead. To begin with. He died in the lunch line next to Lucy, telling her to be brave. As one of the school’s more beloved teachers, Lucy chews over his death, even as the summer arrives and she gets to spend more time with her best friends Michael and Elena. The next year they’ll be going to high school and the summer reading list they’ve just been assigned is the usual fare. The Giver. Ender’s Game. And, of course, Lucy’s favorite book of all time, To Kill a Mockingbird. That’s when it hits her. What if Lucy, Elena and Michael were able to begin a movement that would end with every literate kid and adult reading that book? But how do you increase demand when supply is so plentiful? Thus begins the ultra-secret “I Kill the Mockingbird” campaign. Together, these three kids begin something that makes the book not only desirable but irresistible. But will they be able to reign in their work when the time comes, or will this viral cause slip out of their control?
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