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To Kill A Mockingbird (Copy)

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FC: To Kill A Mockingbird Scrapbook | As told by: Scout Finch

1: The theme of To Kill A Mockingbird is that existence of good and evil. Going on this journey with Jem, Dill, and I you can see us come to the realization that not everyone has a sense of innocence as we had thought. We really come to see that there are good and evil. Many of the people we thought were downright good, turned out to have this horrible cruel side to them.

2: Learning to stand up for what you believe in! Be courageous,

3: One of the greatest examples of family :) My dad Atticus, really wanted to protect my brother and I because of how much he loved us.

4: My brother and I really looked out for each other. And the adventures we had! Such good memories.

5: Even though we would get each other into trouble sometimes we really were and still are the best of friends. | Jem, Dill, and I had a lot of learning to come to us at the time. We really were so innocent and young then.

6: Cal was such a good influence for me. She really taught me valuable lessons I still use today.

7: Boo Radley also taught us some of the most important lessons. He taught me never to judge somebody on what others have said.

8: Lastly me. I was really young and naive. I really had to see things from different perspectives to realize that the world was much bigger than my little town here in Maycomb.

10: fun in the snow!

13: wintertime

14: OUTDOORS

18: SNOW ANGELS

19: SNOW BUNNY

22: VACATION

24: PEACE

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