To Kill a Mockingbird

What does the incident with the letter tell you about the characters of each of the children?

Chapter 5-8

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I think the children are merely caught up in the childish stories and folklore that surrounds Boo Radley. The children are not malicious; they merely do what many children do when faced with mythology based on rumor and innuendo. It takes Atticus to explain why it is inappropriate to bother Boo Radley.