To Kill A Mockingbird Book Discussion 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

To Kill A Mockingbird: An Exploration Part 1* Book Discussion: To Kill a Mockingbird.

Join an expert panel of educators led by Athenaide Dallett, Ph.D., English department at Kent School, as they explore: Why was To Kill a Mockingbird voted by PBS viewers as their #1 Great American Read? Has the novel stood the test of time? How might the novel impact a young African American reader differently from a young white reader? Is Harper Lee's portrait of Alabama in the 1930s historically accurate? What are the novel's aesthetic strengths and weaknesses? Free & open to the public. Come to the Town Hall for part one of the Library’s series. Please register. Age 12 and up.

Note: To get a copy of the book, please sign-up at the front desk or support Kent’s Book Store - House of Books, 10 North Main Street, Kent. The audiobook is also available free for library card holders on hoopla. Inquire at the Library if you need assistance using this service.

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Location:

Kent Town Hall
41 Kent Green Boulevard
Kent CT, 06757


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