individuals in the society, she is better. The author explains that Miss Moore always looked like
she was going to church which implies that she was always well dressed (Bambara 1). Since she
could afford better clothes, it is the reason why the author explains that the grown-ups would talk
about her behind her back. In this context, the author compares their way of dressing and that of
the other people in the society to that of Miss Moore implying that there was a difference.
Moreover, education relates to the level of income. It is that there are more chances for a
high earning person to access education than a poor person. The case is noted by Miss Morre
who is said to have a college degree. Also, the author describes the manner in which some of the
children would go looking what other brought for lunch. In particular, the author notes the case
of Q.T who brought potato chips and Fat Batt who brought peanut butter and jelly sandwich
(Bambara 1). Additionally, the case of Junebug pinching Q.T to be given potato chips implies
the case differences in accessing food. It is that some of the children have access to better food
while others have to rely on their friends to taste some sought of food. Also, the mode of
transport that they have to use while going to the toys shop they have to use the cabs since they
do not have their car or a school car (Bambara 2).
When at the shop they come across a microscope which Big Butt says that he would buy.
The author uses this scenario to how his low level of income. It is described that the price tag of
the microspore was $300 and when Miss Moore asks the time it would take for Junebug and Big
butt to save they say it would be very long (Bambara 2). The fact that Sugar mentions that it
would take too long such that it would have outgrown implies that their families earn little. Also,
there is the case of paperweight whose price is $480. The author describes that he does not find
the since in such thing costing as much. It is an instance that further reveals as their background
when Mss Moore asks them about having a letter opener, bottler, a pencil or calendar on their