Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird
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To Kill a Mockingbird is a book full of mystery and friendship. This book shows a lot of mystery by always leaving a question or something to think about. There was a part where Jem wandered into Boo's yard not knowing what would happen that left myself wondering. This book also shows a lot of friendship. Especially in the part where Scout got hurt and Boo came to the rescue and fought for Scouts life and brought her to safety. This showed that Boo wanted to be friends, and he cared for everyone. To Kill a Mockingbird was a book that had mystery's to think about and friendships to learn from.
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