Published July 11, 1960 by J.B Lippincott, Harper Lee's "To Kill
A Mockingbird" sold over two and a half million copies in its first year and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1961.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" is about a sleepy town located in the south of the U.S and
the exploits of three innocent children. As they grow older however, a profound realization hits them, so hard
that their lives and perception of the world around them will be changed forever.