Mockingbird Topics for Discussion

Kathryn Erskine
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What is the primary teaching that Caitlin carries forward from her brother, Devon?

What is the key to change for Caitlin so that she can have better relationships?

How does Caitlin deal with her profound grief over the loss of her brother and, before that, her mother?

Why does Caitlin want to carve the image of a mockingbird in her brother's wooden chest?

What happens to open the door to a deeper relationship between Caitlin and her father?

What is the defining moment when Caitlin decides she is worthy of a happy life?

What is the gesture by Caitlin and her father intended to help the school community heal from the wounds of the shooting deaths?

Different people deal with fear in different ways. How does Josh deal with fear? How does Caitlin deal with it?

What is the biggest inner resource that Caitlin...

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