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Do not buy!!!!
It's not the real book it's just a summary.
I discovered Shmoop last year and used it extensively with my students. I've been begging my tech guys for the Shmoop app since my students now have iPads but we could only find the iPhone version. Now that it's on iBooks, I'm ordering every story that we read.
For those complaining it's a ripoff: if you READ the title, it says it's a guide. I do agree iBooks needs the actual novel!
Killing mockingbirds is fun