To Kill a Mockingbird

what are the major life lessons that the younger characters in the novel scout and jem and dill absorb as part of their coming of age in maycomb, Alabama?

they are all kids

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This is quite an involved question for this short space. Some life lessons you might consider are doing the right thing even at the risk of your own well-being. They also learn how to see and feel things from other people's point of view before they cast judgment on them.