To Kill a Mockingbird - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Dill goes home and Scout gets ready for the second grade. But, she discovers it isn't any better than the first grade. In second grade, she can walk home with Jem. On the walk home, Jem admits his pants were folded and mended when he returned to the Radley's.

Scout and Jem walk home and glance something in the knothole in the Radley's tree. There is a ball of twine. Some time later, they find two soap figures of children. A couple of weeks later they discover a pack of chewing gum. The following week, they find a spelling bee medal lying in the knothole. Four days after that, they discover a broken pocket watch. Jem decides to fix the broken watch and then he can return the family watch to his father.

Jem thinks they should leave a note in the tree to say thank you...

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