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What is most significant about the carved miniatures the children find? (From "To Kill a Mockingbird")
A. They are skillfully carved from soap.
B. They appear to be modeled after Jem and Scout.
C. They look like Mr. Avery's carvings.
D. They are small enough to fit in the knot of a tree.

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  • The correct answer is the following: option B. The significance about the carved miniatures the children find is that they appear to be modeled after Jem and Scout. Boo Radley leaves several things in a tree knothole for Jem and Scout to find. One of the things the kids find are two soap dolls carved to look like Jem and Scout. These items represent the innocence of children and also the power of friendship, both being some of the main themes within the novel.

    "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a novel written by American writer Harper Lee that was first published on July 11th, 1960.

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