It's Miss Maudie's house, hon. Now you and Jem go and stand in front of the Radley's place to stay out of the way.
Oh no Jem! I can't watch! Mr. Avery is stuck in the house trying to get the furniture! The flames burnt the stairs!
It's okay Scout. Don't watch I'll tell you when it's over. I'm sure Mr. Avery will get out of there.
Atticus is waking up Scout in the middle of the night. She is so confused and doesn't know what's going on.
It's ok Scout. I'm sure it will be done soon.
Jem, I left Dill's book in that house! Man it's getting cold out here!
When Atticus, Scout, and Jem reach the commotion in the street, Scout finds out that Miss Maudie's house is up in flames.
We didn't move, I promise! Scout who gave you that blanket?
I don't know. I must have been watching the fire so closely that I didn't realize someone putting a blanket over my shoulders.
Scout and Jem are standing in front of the Radley house watching the whole scene of the burning house, neighbors trying to help, and firetrucks pulling up from all directions.
Well you should go thank him for the balnket.
Thank you dad? Who gave me the blanket?
Jem and Scout are talking still talking outside of the Radley place as firefighters are drenching all the neighboring houses in water to keep them from lighting up like Miss Maudie's. But neither kid notices Boo Radley put a blanket on Scout's shoulders.
Atticus brought Jem and Scout home again when the fire was taken care of. He notices the strange blanket around Scout's shoulders.
I told you two not to leave the front of the Radley house! Where did you get that blanket Scout?
Atticus then realizes that it must have been Boo Radley who helped Scout because everyone else in the neighborhood was helping with the fire.
Boo Radley of course! You didnt see him come up to you and give you the balnket.