The Booklist; books that tell the story of ordinary heroes.

A coming of age book set in 1930’s South Africa and a reminder that the power to make a difference, the power of one, resides in all of us. Largely based on the author’s early life, the book was made into a movie in 1992.

From scientist Jane Goodall, a touching memoir on her spiritual awakening. In this amazing book, Jane gives us all reason for hope.

One of my favorite reads as a teenager. Atticus Finch defines what it means to honor truth, human dignity, and compassion even if doing so comes at great cost to yourself.

2 thoughts on “The Booklist; books that tell the story of ordinary heroes.

  1. Thank you for this! These seem like great recommendations. I will have to check out the first two as they look really interesting! I’ve read To Kill a Mockingbird a few times and it’s such a good book.

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