S: Brandon Moszczynski
FC: To Kill A Mockingbird
1: This is me, Jean Louise Finch (Scout) This is My Book I reckon this school picture will do for now anyways.
2: This is my dad, Atticus Finch. He's important enough in Maycomb even if the town don't like him defending a negro
3: I like this picture of Jem. He's scared to go to the Radley's house even though Dill dared him!
4: I put this picture in 'cause Dill's gonna marry me and I need to have a picture of my future husband.
5: This here is a drawing of Jem's pants he lost one night over Radley's house. He was scared when they got caught on the fence. Jem had to sneek back to get them
6: Jem and I found a ball of gray string in a knot hole of our tree. Later, we found some soap figures, (turns out they were us), some gum, a spelling medal and a pocket watch with a knife. It was our biggest prize!
7: This is a picture of a snowflake. I wanted to remember what it looked like since I never saw any snow before. I thought the world was ending.
8: My daddy had to shoot Tim Johnson one hot day. He was an old bird dog that most everyone took care of. It was a sad day.
9: This is a picture of Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose in her kinder moments. She was mean and always hollered at us. Atticus said she was old and ill. He made Jem read to her.
10: I took this picture of the flower Jem got from Mrs. Dubose when she died.
11: This is one of my favorite pictures. Calpurnia is calling all of us in for breakfast, including Dill.
12: This is Revern Sykes. He's the Paster of the First Purchase African M.E. Church. Me and Jem went to church with Calpurnia sometimes.
13: We were all sitting out on the porch with our aunt Alexandra in this picture.
14: This is court square in Maycomb County. This is where Atticus works, and where trials take place.
15: Inside the court room, the opening remarks and the accused gets to know why he is on trial.
16: This is Mayella Ewell in the witness box as Atticus asks her about her injuries.
17: Here's my dad, Atticus Finch. He is doing his best here to save Tom Robinson's life, even though he is sure the jury just as the county is fixing to send the negro to the electric chair.
18: This picture and the picture on the opposite page are from when the jury came back with their answer of whether Tom Robinson was guilty or not...I couldn't believe they found him guilty anyway. Atticus had done his job well, but the jury didn't listen. It just wasn't fair.
20: 'tisn't fair to send a man to the electric chair just because he isn't the same as you. 'tisn't right at all.
21: Me, Dill, and Jem changed that year. Guess you could say we grew up. Things just weren't the same anymore.