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One woman watches as another examines with a magnifying glass an ornate, decorative image on a printed page

To Kill a Mockingbird: A Mysterious Flurry of Interest

Posted by: Stephen Wesson

Harper Lee's tale of conflict in a small Alabama town is a perennial favorite with teachers. The Library's lesson plan "To Kill a Mockingbird: A Historical Perspective", which uses photos and oral histories from the Library's collections, has always been fairly popular. This lesson plan has always been fairly popular. But in the past month, something unusual has happened.