To Kill a Mockingbird

why are the children getting so much attention from the people in town?

In chapter 12-15

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The children are in the midst of growing up and losing their innocence due to occurrences in the town and things out of their control. They're being introduced to racism and hearing their father judged not only by the townspeople but by his own sister as well. Their aunt wants to instill a sense of family pride, whereas Calpurinia attempts to introduce them to the culture she loves.


To Kill A Mockingbird