The book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is about two young children named Jem and Scout Finch. The story is about them growing up. During their process of Jem and Scout growing up, they learn a bunch of new things. They go from ignorant to educated in many different ways in life. For example, they go from ignorant to educated in race, and the way people get treated because of their skin colour. They also go from ignorant to educated by judging people by their looks, appearances, and what other people say about them. They also learn new things. The things that they learn throughout the story, other children also learn in their childhood to adulthood too.

The things I liked about the book is that it shows many things many people will eventually realize or learn as they grow up. The ways that the story portrays how Scout and Jem may not be the same as other people, but the result of what they have learned is the same. The things that I disliked about this book is that the book feels like a lot of multiple short stories in one huge book about the same characters. Each scenario doesn’t flow well into the next and every time there is a new event, it starts it off like a whole brand new story.

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