Lee Wrote Me A Letter is a peek into the life of a teenager from 1934 to 1935 during the Great Depression. This book also displays the art of letter writing, an art that is all but gone in this day and age of smart phones and tablets. Lee Wrote Me A Letter is valuable for educators in that it can be applied as a teaching tool in the classroom to better understand this era in American life. There is nothing in this book that can't be read by students in elementary, middle and high school. And yet, it holds an interest for adults of all ages. If something even cleaner than a "G" rating existed, this book would receive it.