The group all felt that as the conclusion chapter for this novel, chapter 31 was one of the most important and meaningful chapters. It sums up the main characters main mystery, and shows her just what it feels like to do what her father told her and put herself in someone else's shoes. This is also the chapter that Atticus's love for his children becomes most evident. He truly cares about them and wants them to be honest and fair citizens, while at the same time being happy. At the very end when Atticus reads Scout to sleep and tucks her in concludes that even though Scout will eventually have to grow up, she is still a child for now.