What's Your Favorite Book? Melissa Rush | WVIA

What's Your Favorite Book? Melissa Rush

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To Kill a Mockingbird. I really like its statement on society as a whole. I think it's a really important book. I think to just have to look at everything as a whole you have to look at the reasoning behind why people do things and stay away from mob mentality, from herd mentality, and from treating people poorly because you're unsure about who they are.

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