I need a quote on Scout’s being curious in To Kill a MockingbirdIneed this asap

I need a quote on Scout’s being curious in To Kill a MockingbirdIneed this asap

I need a quote on Scout’s being curious in To Kill a MockingbirdIneed this asap

I need a quote on Scout’s being curious in To Kill a MockingbirdIneed this asap

In addition to the examples of Scout’s curiosity in the previous post, here are a few others.In Chapter 1, Scout is curious about her new friend, Dill, asking him, “Where’d you come from?” She pushed him further about his father: “Then if he’s not dead you’ve got one, haven’t you?” At this point Jem told her to hush.Later in Chapter 1, Dill states that striking a match under a turtle is hateful. Jem argues the point, and Scout remarks, “How do you know a match don’t hurt him?”In Chapter 3, Calpurnia senses that Scout has had a bad day at school with Miss Caroline, so she makes crackling bread, specially for Scout. Calpurnia tells Scout that “I missed you today.” Puzzled, Scout asks, “Why? Jem’n me ain’t ever in the house unless it’s rainin’.” After Calpurnia kissed her, Scout “ran along, wondering what had come over her.”
I need a quote on Scout’s being curious in To Kill a MockingbirdIneed this asap