To Kill a Mockingbird

Scout's maturity

What are some examples of scout's maturity. I have her views on boo, and controlling her temper but i need a third. One option is when she cries, but i need two examples of when she cries and i can only think of one, the other is of her respecting calpurnia but i don't have any examples of her respecting calpurnia

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On the day of the missionary society meeting, Scout is in her Sunday dress and tries very hard to keep it clean so that Cal won't have to wash it again for church.

After the women learn of Tom's death, Aunt Alexandra smooths her hair and goes back out to her guests. Scout follows her, deciding that "if Auntie could be a lady at a time like this, so could I."