What Coming-Of-Age Classic Novel Should You Read?

Coming-of-age novels teach us life lessons regardless of how old we are. What coming-of-age novel should you read?

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'Where the Red Fern Grows' by Wilson Rawls
This story of love between a boy and his two dogs will leave you in tears. It is a timeless tale of what it really means to want something, to love something, and to be a team. You will finish this book knowing what loyalty and friendship truly mean!

'A Separate Peace' by John Knowles
We have all done something we regret in our lives. Some things we can fix, and others we must live with forever. Coming to terms with what motivated us to take our action, what it truly means to seek forgiveness, and moreover, what it takes to give it are what this book is all about. This book might help you learn to forgive yourself for something you regret having done on an impulse.

'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee
In these days where we hear more and more stories of racial injustice and hate-filled acts, the book will restore your faith in humanity. It will remind you of what it truly means to have integrity and to be a moral hero. It will help you believe that there are still good people in this world--lots of them.

'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings' by Maya Angelou
Overcoming obstacles and triumphing with confidence and pride is what this book is all about. Believing that we are our salvation is exactly how you will feel after reading this amazing autobiography by one of our greatest writers and poets, Maya Angelou!

'Lord of the Flies' by William Gerald Golding
Understanding the power of group dynamics, our ability to do the unthinkable when we do not think for ourselves, and standing up for what we believe in are perfectly depicted in this coming-of-age novel.

'The Outsiders' by S.E. Hinton
Love of family and the bond between siblings and friends are the themes that frame this amazing story. 'The Outsiders' is a touching tale of believing in those you love and standing by their side when they need you most.