When Scout tells the teaccher about the Cunnighams: It is an important part of the book because it shows the first signs of classes and prejudice in the story. Scout simply tells the teacher that Walter would not take money he could not pay back even if it meant going hungry for a day.
Scout brings walter to dinner: When scout says "As soon as he walked though the door he forgot that he was a Cunnigham". It goes to show that there is a lot of class distinction because to scout she sees the Cunnighams being of a lower class or not as great as the Finches.
Kids try to look into the Radley house: Jem, Scout, and Dill snuck up towards the Radley house and as soon as they got up to the back porch Mr. Radley shot off his shotgun. Later that night when Jem came back for his britches he found them all sewed up and neatly folded on the fence, showing Boo's kindness.
Misses Maudie's house burning down: The children were scared of the fire and if it would spread all over town. While the children were to busy being worried about Miss Maudie and the fire Boo came up behind scout and jem and put a blanket around scout to keep here warm.
Atticus shoots the rabid dog: This is the first time Jem and Scout have ever seen there dad shoot anything. When Atticus took out the rabid dog in one shot the kids were extremely suprised though Atticus tells them to not brag about their fathers shooting ability.
Cal takes the kids to church: The kids are quite suprised how different the church is compared to the church they used to go to with all the outbursts of praises and being locked in until the quota for the offering was reached. Also the kids realized for the first time that Calpurnia acts different around African Americans than she does white folk.
Aunt Alexandria becomes the women of the house: Aunt Alexandria thinks of Atticus' kid raising ability to be terrible and decided to take up the motherly figure. As soon as she entered the house she was very mean to Calpurnia and doesn't want the children to be around her all the time.
Dill ran off to the Finch house: Dill ran off because of his dislike of his aunt who watches over him during the summer. When Dill is found out by Scout and Jem, Jem turns him in to make sure his Aunt doesn't go worrying about him.
Atticus is almost attacked by the mob at the courthouse: Scout not realizing the tension between the mob and Atticus starts talking to Mr. Cunnigham about his entailment and then everybody left because of Cunningham being shamed in front of his peers.
The attack on Jem and Scout by Bob Ewell: As Scout and Jem were walking home jem heard footsteps again thinking it would be Cecil Jacobs in for another prank. It turns out it was Bob Ewell gone mad attacking the children, breaking Jems arm as Boo Radley stabbed him with a kitchen knife.