Thought Provoking

And why?

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  1. I am really not a “reader” of those thinking books. I did read a lot when I was younger but fun books or mysteries, sci fi & things like that… but I have to say that To Kill a Mocking Bird was about my most fav movie & book. I think that book has a lot to teach people….

    BUT… I LOVED the Hobbit & trilogy series after that – my imagination went wild before the movies came out years & years after I read them. Not necessary for high school – just wanted to say I loved them.

  2. I love books and I loved reading the classics in high school and college. One book that I think made a big impression on me was “Of Mice and Men” by Steinbeck and I often quote from that book, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.”

  3. One of my all time favorites from years ago is “THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW” by S.E. Hinton. A story of troubled teens (best friends) dealing with drugs/ violence and the choices they made that would change their lives forever. I loved this book so much.

  4. I think there are a few books they still use in schools that are very important to learn from but I also think it is time to introduce more current books into the system. Of course all the History books are important but I would choose Beauty and the Beast..universal message.

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