Hey, my name is Charles Baker Harris and I can read.
It means loving of long words
What does Sesquipedalian mean?
I don't want to go to school anymore
Their first meeting happens like this: Jem and the narrator are playing in their backyard, hear a noise next door, and go to check it out. They find a small boy, six going on seven but looking younger, who introduces himself as Charles Baker Harris and announces that he can read
See, the teacher assumes that Atticus has taught the narrator how to read. Apparently, these lessons must stop because Atticus isn't a licensed teacher and therefore is doing his child more harm than good. Even though she's already a fluent reader, when the rest of the class is repeating first grade.
Atticus proposes a compromise: they'll keep reading at home if she'll keep going to school—but she shouldn't tell Miss Caroline about it.