To Kill a Mockingbird is a story that teaches morals and values and has many lessons that could be learned. It's about a young girl who is raised by her father because her mother was killed in the previous years. She also lives with her older brother. They have a maid. Life is hard in their small town in Alabama at this time because it is just after the Great Depression and there's not much money to be passed around.
when ever u gotta test or somethin to study for or if u need help w/ yur home work tell me and i can meet u in the library or i can help u at church or if u need help studyin for yur exam or bench mark i can help u out of school Jacob: i guess yur gone so night night and sweet dreamin i dont think there was a lot of genuises like kristen moore *n christie mcdonald *n them in the advanced classes then though.
is b.c they do ALL of their work *n make like 100'z on all the testz *n SO it hurtz every1 elsez gradez.
Scout's father is a lawyer and gets a case defending a black man against raping a young, white, trashy girl.
Scout was taught to read and write by her father before she entered school. she face a lot of problems at school because she was a tom boy and was an awful lot smarter than the others in her class.
Because she was such a tom boy, she got into a lot of fights, especially with boys. Her father warned her of these fights and told her that it would end up hurting her one day