I'm big enough to fit mine. Your name's longer that you are. bet it's a foot longer.
Why don't you come over, Charles Baker Harris? Lord, what a name.
Tell your father to stop teaching you.
Somebody taught you, you weren't born reading.
Miss Caroline discovers that Scout is literate.
Jem says I was, he says I'm Bullfinch not a Finch...
Teach me? Atticus hasn't the time to teach me.
A new summer friend is discovered, his name is Dill, he's from Meridian Mississippi.
Walter would not accept the quarter, so Scout - advised by the rest of the class, intervened on his behalf.
Did you forget your lunch, here's a quarter. You can pay me back tomorrow.
Miss Caroline, he's a Cunningham.
The Cunninghams never took anything they can't pay back. They get along on what they have. They don't have much, but they get along on it.
The Radley house, one of the borders of their playground fascinated Dill. It drew him as the moon draws water. Inside lived a malevolent phantom, whom Jem and Scout had never seen.
A boy who stays home, he has a history of trouble. Having been in the closest thing to a gang that Maycomb had. He was to be sent to the state industrial school, but Mr Radley though it was a disgrace and opted to keep him home and see to it that he gave no further trouble. Knowing that Mr Radley's word was his bon the judge was happy to agree to that. Later events have suggested that Arthur may not be quite right in the head. But he is rarely seen or heard.
A History of Arthur (Boo) Radley
The first day of school, a first grade class. First graders are not supposed to read. Scout is a bit ahead in her studies.