As the Page Turns

Book reviews from Mrs. Dougherty's class

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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Rating: ☆☆☆☆, I love this!

Review by: iveth

What my book is about:
The book is about the point of view of Scout, the main character who starts off with the age of 6 and tells us about her life and how she views others and her hometown as she grows older.

The character I felt most strongly about:
i feel like Boo Radley is actually a good human being, the part that makes him a “bad” person would be his family and how the town views him. i think this because the father tries to take any type of communication he can have with the world outside his home.

What the main character has learned and how I think they’ll change:
the main character, Scout, learns that a part of growing up to understand the world.

How this book gives me hope (or not):
this book gives me hope in that part of leaning to understand is what growing up is. this makes me feel less hopeful in the way that i don’t know what age or time its time top “grow up” and start to understand.

How the story would be different if told by someone other than Scout:
the theme of theme of the story would be different.


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