To Kill a Mockingbird

what was the significance of maudie's two little cakes and one large one?

what was the significance of maudie's 2 little cakes and one large one?

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This has to do with Jem. Miss Maudi has noticed that Jem is fast turning into a young man. Miss Maudie's usual practice is to bake small cakes for the children. This time she bakes a small cake for Scout and Dill. The large one is for Jem for he is no longer a child.