"'Don't you think this is kind of a mess?' I asked. 'Looks messy now, but it won't later,' he said. Jem scooped up an armful of dirt, patted it into a mound on which he added another load, and another load until he had constructed a torso" (Lee 75).
"...Mr. Avery's sort of shaped like a snowman, ain't he?'...'It's lovely Jem,' I said. 'Looks almost like he'd talk to you"' (Lee 76).
"'I don't care what you do, so long as you do something,' said Atticus. 'You can't go around making caricatures of the neighbors.' 'Ain't a caricature,' said Jem. 'It just looks like him"' (Lee 76)
"'I know what!' said Jem. He raced across the street, disappeared into Miss Maudie's back yard and returned triumphant. He stuck her sunhat on the snowman's head and jammed her hedge-clippers into the crook of his arm" (Lee 76).