To Kill A Mockingbird Scrapbook

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BC: Source I used was Google Images. I hope you enjoyed this scrapbook.(:

FC: To Kill A Mockingbird Scrapbook By: Scout's Point of View By: Sabrina Esposito

1: Jem and Scout when they were looking over at The Radley's place.

2: Atticus and Scout on the swing when Scout came home from her first day of school and her teacher said that Atticus and Scout couldn't read anymore.

3: Scout, Atticus, Aunt Alexandra, and Jem when Aunt Alexandra come to stay with them for the remainder of the year.

4: Jem heading off to school while escorting Scout to her grade.

5: Scout, Jem, and Dill looking and observing the Radley place while trying to brainstorm a game for them to play.

6: Jem inspecting what Scout found by the Radley's place when she was running home from school.

7: Scout sitting at the dinner table across from Calpurnia when she embarrasses herself by questioning Walter's eating habits.

8: Scout next to Ms. Lafayette Dubose's death bed when she dies.

9: Scout asking Atticus what 'rape' was when Calpurnia didn't tell her and told Scout to ask her father if she wanted to know so bad.

10: Scout when she runs in the middle of the lynching circle and stops the lynchers from lynching Tom and possible Atticus.

11: Scout, Jem, Dill, and Reverend in the court room for Tom Robinson's trial.

12: Scout in the background with everyone else while Atticus was questioning Mayella about her 'rape case'.

13: Scout in her "Ham" costume for the pageant at her school for a fund raiser.

14: Scout in her ham costume with Jem walking her to the pageant.

15: Scout, Jem, and Dill looking and watching the Radley Place for any strange or weird noises/activity.

16: Scout and Aunt Alexandra out on the swing talking about 'How-To be a Proper Young Lady'.

17: Scout in one of her dresses for the Missionary Circle's service, attempting to be a young, proper lady.

18: Scout and Boo Radley conversating on Atticus's swing about why people are afraid of him and his family.

19: Boo Radley took Scout into his house and explained to her why the rumors are they way they are and why people say them.

20: Perhaps my favorite quote from this book. It teaches you what courage is and how to deal with it.

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