"We lived in a residental street in town - Atticus, Jem, and I, plus Calpurnia our cook." (10) This is important to the book because Scout goes on to explain that her family is really good. She is still happy and well kept even though her mother has passed. It's important to have a happy home life
"She discovered tht i was literate and looked at me with more than faint distaste" (21) This is important to the book because it shows the injust way that school was runned during this era. It has an impact on Scout in the story when relating to her father.
"Come on home to dinner with us, Walter" He said (27) This scene is important to the book because this dinner gives Scout the chance to redeem herself as a nice person and Jem gets to watch.
"As the summer progressed, so did our game. We polished and perfected it, added dialogue and plot until we had manufactured a small play upon which we rang changed every day" (43) This is important to the book because it shows how imaginative the group was, how much fun they were capable of having using nothing. It sets the summer tone.
"Lastly, we were to stay away from that house until we were invited there, we were not to play an asinine game he had seen us playing or make fun of anybody on this street or in this town." (54) I felt this was important to the book because it shows they were busted and now have to obliged by new rules. It gives like a secure almost setting, shows there is structure.
"We ran back and found him struggling in the fence, kicking his pants off to get loose." (58) This is important to the story because this event is a huge thing for the group. You see Scout start to realise she has her own opinion and you see the kids start to rebel.