This Week's Question:

Q: Summer Reading. What was your favorite book that you were REQUIRED to read when you were in school?

As if I wasn't only fours years out of high school or something, I can't quite remember my required summer reading. The fact that I've read so many books doesn't help either. I do remember "Coming of Age", "Utopia" and "Dysfunction" being common themes of the books we read. Earnest Hemming, Ayn Rand, "Ellen Foster", "To Kill a Mockingbird" are some authors and books I remember specifically. 

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We actually skipped over reading To Kill a Mockingbird, so I've never read it. I don't even know what it's about (other than a vague idea of racism). Isn't that wierd?

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My memory of it is actually kind of vague, but it deals with a black man in the south who is accused of a crime and the white lawyer trying to save him. There's a little girl, Jem, who is one of the main characters.


I never read To Kill a Mockingbird but I might want to, I feel like I'd enjoy the read.

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They sound lie fabulous reads :)

Kah Cherub

to kill a mockingbird is a favorite today. :)

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Utopia was a great read. Great choices!

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Cassi Haggard

To Kill a Mockingbird is an excellent book that I'm glad is required reading almost anywhere.

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Hopping through. I've never read Ayn Rand. I really should.
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OH! My Summer Read was…Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe (Author) it was interesting ☺

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