First published in 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird has endured as one of those rare books that is both a critical and personal favorite of many readers. A National Book Award finalist and Pulitzer Prize winner, our audiobook version narrated by Sissy Spacek also won an Audie Award.
Bookstores and libraries all over the country are planning events on July 11 to commemorate and celebrate To Kill a Mockingbird, and many schools added it to their summer reading lists to tie in to the public recognition.
We’ve gathered some resources, including a free RB Teacher Guide, for you to use with the book. If you have an additional resources, feel free to share them in the comments!
- To Kill a Mockingbird RB Teacher Guide – Includes summary, warm up, listening questions, essay questions, multiple choice questions, short answer questions, and answer key.
- New York Times interview with Harper Lee: 1/27/2006
- Harper Lee speaks to The Guardian: 2/5/2006
- To Kill a Mockingbird: A Historical Perspective from The Library of Congress
- The Herald Scotland reflects on To Kill a Mockingbird
- The National Endowment for the Arts resources for The Big Read of To Kill a Mockingbird
WIN To Kill a Mockingbird! Leave a comment below for a chance to win a copy of To Kill a Mockingbird on CD. Tell us how you’d integrate the audiobook into your teaching strategy, or how you already use it to teach the book. Entries will close and the drawing will end on July 16, 2010.
Congratulations to the winner of To Kill a Mockingbird on CD, commenter JoBeth Roberts!