To Kill a Mockingbird: A Graphic Novel

Harper Lee (Author) Fred Fordham (Author)

Product Details

$23.99  $22.07
Publish Date
October 30, 2018
6.2 X 9.3 X 1.3 inches | 1.74 pounds
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About the Author

Harper Lee was born in 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama. She is the author of the acclaimed To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman, which became a phenomenal #1 New York Times bestseller when it was published in July 2015. Ms. Lee received the Pulitzer Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and numerous other literary awards and honors. She died on February 19, 2016.

Fred Fordham has written and illustrated for various publications, most recently adapting and illustrating the graphic novel version of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. He also illustrated Philip Pullman's debut graphic novel The Adventures of John Blake: Mystery of the Ghost Ship. He lives in London.


"This thoughtfully crafted interpretation of Lee's classic reintroduces readers to the Finch family.. Fordham visually establishes the world of Maycomb County--with all its unspoken laws pertaining to race, class, and family--with a sure hand."--Publishers Weekly
"Like Lee's spare novel, Fordham's graphic adaptation leaves us to ponder what is unsaid, what is unseen, what lies in the subtext. A moving new take on a familiar story."--Booklist
"The economic and racial disparities, the blinders that "civilized" society stubbornly clings to, the realization that justice for all can never exist without equality for all--these are vividly portrayed not only via Lee's words but also by Fordham's art, making this graphic adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird a worthy partner to the original, providing a clarion call for civility, equality, and justice for all."--New York Journal of Books
"This gorgeously rendered graphic-novel version provides a new perspective for old fans but also acts as an immersive introduction for youngsters as well as any adult who somehow missed out on the iconic story set in Maycomb, Alabama."--USA Today