To Kill a Mockingbird is written in the first person point of view. This means that the narrator is Scout, and she shares her thoughts and feelings about the events that take place. She tells us what happened to her, but she also tells us how she felt about it.
Scout is an honest and reliable narrator, so we know we can trust her to tell us the truth about what happened. We can also see through her eyes by watching what happens through them as well as listening to what she says about them.
The story is also told from the perspective of Atticus Finch, Scout’s father. Atticus is a wise and compassionate man who tries to teach his children how to be good people and make good choices in life. He often tells them stories from his childhood growing up during the Great Depression in Maycomb County, Alabama (where they live). These stories give us an idea of what life was like back then for many people living in this part of America during that time period – especially when it came down to race relations between different types of people (such as whites versus blacks).