Don't you cry, now, Scout... don't cry now, don't you worry.
Jem: "Someday, maybe, Scout can thank him for covering her up." Scout: "Thank who?" Jem: "Boo Radley. You were so busy looking at the fire you didn't know it when he put the blanket around you."
We'll see about this. I've a good mind to out there tonight.
Please sir, just let it go. Please.
Jem goes and retrieves his pants from the Radley's yard, telling Scout how odd it was to find them folded and mended. In the morning, Scout and Jem find the knothole filled with cement. Both of them are upset about this, as for Scout, it means no more presents. But to Jem, it means no more communication with Boo Radley.
Maudie: "Forgot to tell you the other day that besides playing the Jew's Harp, Atticus Finch was the deadest shot in Maycomb County in his time."
Winter finally rolls around, and Scout and Jem are eager to build a snowman. They build one on Miss Maudie's yard. Early the next morning, the kids find out Miss Maudie's house was on fire. They watch the action. When they return home, Scout suddenly has a blanket on her shoulders. Jem claims that Boo put it on her.
My sister ain't dirty and I ain't scared of you.
Christmas time rolls around. Scout is getting defensive over her father, as a fellow peer had called her father something. One of her second cousins does the same, and in anger, she punched him. Her Uncle also gets angry at her for punching her second cousin, and then calms down as he listens to her side of the story.
A 'mad' dog is seen on their street. Calpurnia quickly rushes and calls everyone on the street to warn them of the dog. Atticus comes, as well as the sheriff. The sheriff hands Atticus a gun, and after a while, Atticus shoots the dog. Jem and Scout gain much more respect for their father after learning that he was once the deadest shot in Maycomb.
Mrs. Dubose is an ancient, mean lady. Scout doesn't lose her temper to the old lady, but Jem does. In rage, he cuts off her flowers. As punishment, Jem has to read to her for one month. After the month is over, Jem is relieved. However, Mrs. Dubose eventually passes away, leaving Jem a flower in a box, as a sign of forgiveness.
So you brought that dirty little sister of yours, did you?