FC: Scout Finch
1: By: Justin Fowler and Harrison Koford
2: My name is Jean Louise (Scout) Finch. Besides myself, I live with my dad Atticus, my brother Jem and our cook Calpurnia. I live in a nice little town called Maycomb. Every summer I spend my time with a boy who I will one day marry named Dill. In my free time I enjoy playing with Jem and spying on Boo Radley. I am supposed to act like a girl, but sometimes I solve situations the way a boy would. | About me:
3: Every summer a boy from Meridian comes to visit Jem and I. The first summer he arrived I was 5 years old. He told us that he came on a train on his own. We had a great time and found fun poking around with Boo Radley. Boo Radley is the neighborhood creep. Dill, Jem, and I have fun playing around his house for a thrill. One time Dill leaned up and kissed me when Jem wasn’t watching. He is so dreamy! I may act like a boy, but I do sure like boys. I'm your average fun kid that is looking for adventure, and during the time of the Tom Robinson case. I found one.
4: My dad's name is Atticus Finch. He is a lawyer. He is the lawyer on the most talked about case in Maycomb. He is defending a man named Tom Robinson. Tom was accused of raping a white girl. Whites want to put him away, not because there is a lot of edvidence against him, but because he is black and she was white. He taught me that you don't know a man until you get in their shoes and walk around in them. He has been the best dad anyone can ask for. I am proud of my dad and has taught me lots and I love him. | Important People
5: My brother's name is Jem. I spend a lot of time with him, but that means we have gotten into our share of trouble. This one time we were poking around Boo Radley's place and Jem got his pants stuck and run off without them. That wasn't anything close to Halloween night. Halloween night we almost got killed by the father of the girl that Tom Robinson supposdly did something very bad to. It was awful, until Boo Radley saved us. All in all I love him with all my heart though. I feel as though I have helped raised him with all I have taught him.
6: Events | One day, Calpurnia started running around yelling at everybody that a mad dog was coming. She called Atticus and told him he had to come as soon as possible. Calpurnia seemed really scared. Now before this, I had been asking people about Atticus because I had little faith in him and frankly I thought he was a loser. But this event changed that. Now while Atticus had shown up me Jem had gathered near the street. It was like watching a showdown in the Wild West. He shot that dog with one shot. That event showed that I do have the coolest dad out there.
7: Another important event in my life was the Tom Robinson case. This wasn't only a big event in my life, but the whole cities life. Everyone knew about the case and my dad was the lawyer defending him. Tom Robinson was accused of raping a white girl. I didn't see how everyone knew he was guilty, then I figured out they didn't They only thought he was guilty because he is black. My dad got a lot of hate towards him during this case. He wasn't the only one who got rude comments said to him, I was a victim as well. He didn't when the case, but this showed me that you shouldn't always take the easy safe choice, you should take the right choice.
8: We were walking by the Radley house like we did every day and discovered something that could change our lives. I saw something out of the corner of my eye in a tree. It was a shiny gum wrapper. I grabbed it and discovered that gum was in it. I ate it. Jem asked what I was doing. I told him I found it in the tree hole. We thought it was weird that there was just gum in the tree. Over the next space of time we found other objects like soap carvings of a boy and girl and Indian-head pennies. That is when we knew Boo Radley was nice. The gum showed us that you can't be too quick to judge. | Artifacts
9: The night of the fire across the street. I was felling unprotected and scared. Then Boo Radley gave me a blanket. I didn't know at that moment that he gave me the blanket, but now that I know his act of generosity gives me chills all the way down my spine. He went out of his way to make sure I was comfortable. I had always thought that he was a creepy, crazy man who lived in his house for his whole life. He had done something that would not let me think of him the same way again.
10: There is just one kind of folks, folks | "There is only one kind of folks, folks"