A book review by Faith Thompson
Scout Finch has a good life with her brother, Jem, and father, Atticus. They spend their days going to school, playing with their friend, Dill, and tormenting Boo Radley, the man next door who never comes outside. Her father is a lawyer, but his cases don’t typically come through the front door.
Then one day, Atticus has to take up a case that everyone is opposed to — a case where a black man has been accused of raping a white woman. Scout’s life suddenly changes as everyone around her begins dividing on either side of the Robinson case — and she has to form her own opinion of right and wrong.
Find it in APL TEEN Pbk Classics YA Lee, H.