You'd like to say good night to Jem, wouldn't you, Mr. Arthur?
Scout Brings Boo to Jem
You can pet him, Mr. Arthur, he's asleep.
Scout Walks Boo Home
After thanking Arthur Radley for saving his children, Atticus invites him in to say goodnight to Jem. Scout has to grow accustomed to being is his presence. Aunt Alexandria then informs them that Jem is asleep due to a sedative. Scout escorts Boo to Jem's room.
Boo gazes at Jem. Noticing his curiosity, Scout brings him to Jem. Boo was flabbergasted at the sight of Jem, as though he'd never seen a boy before. Scout tells Boo that he can pet Jem, and shortly after, through reading his body language, Scout realizes that Boo wants to leave.
Boo asks if Scout can walk him home. She takes his arm and lets him lead her to his house. Once he gets to the door, he enters the house and she never sees him again. Scout ponders Boo's true nature, and the fact that she spent so much of her life avoiding this very house.