Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry – Literature – Narrative Point of View

The novel is written in a first-person narrator style. Casey Logan tells us the story she experienced herself.
These experiences are gathered through the eyes of a child and thus very subjective. Her childish perspective (enables the reader to experience racism and oppression from the point of view of a child, outlining how unfair and wrong it is.
She starts very naively but throughout the book she develops and learns more about the rules and the injustice of the society she lives in.
The incident where she has to apologize to Lilian even though she was in the right wipes away a big part of her naivety.