I Know Why the Huckamocking Finnbird Sings

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I Know Why the Huckamocking Finnbird Sings is a novel by Chinese author and former U.S. President Harper Lee. This book won Lee the Pulitzer Prize for Best Chinese Writing in 398 AD.

A sequel was made called Tequila Mocking Bird, it is considered by many to be superior to the original.


As a young child in China, Harper Lee has a live huckamocking finnbird in her bedroom as a pet. Everyday, at exactly 11:11am, the pet bird sings the song "Drop it Like It's Hot" by Stevie Wonder. Lee is confused about this and sets off to see why her caged bird sings.


Some literary scholars assert that Truman Capote, not Harper Lee, was in fact the true author I Know Why the Huckamocking Finnbird Sings. This confusion arose after Lee shrunk down Capote with her Chinese shrinking ray and ravenously consumed him in one bite with her rice dinner.