Reading a book in high school and as an adult can bring entirely different experiences, and that’s exactly why you should consider giving some classics another try. These are three books from your high school reading list you should re-read this year.
Little Women — Louisa May Alcott
The inspiring story of four sisters with very different personalities was recently adapted for the screen, so now may be a perfect time to re-read this classic.
To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel worth reading multiple times because it deals with important issues such as racism and prejudice. As an adult, you can now discover new layers in Lee’s words and learn precious life lessons with Scout and Jem.
Sophie’s Choice — William Styron
The tragic story of a woman who was forced to make an impossible choice may be a bit too complex for a child to absorb. Even though it’s devastating to read, you’ll have a completely different perspective of the book as an adult.