Chapter 6 "Jem and Dill obey Atticus until Dill’s last day in Maycomb"
In Chapter 6, Jem and DIll plan to sneak over to the Radley Place and peek in through a loose shutter. Scout accompanies them, and they creep around the house, peering in through various windows.
Late that fall, another present appears in the knothole—two figures carved in soap to resemble Scout and Jem. The figures are followed in turn by chewing gum, a spelling bee medal, and an old pocket watch.
Chapter 7 "Hidden presents in the knotthole"
Chapter 8 "Miss Maudie’s house is on fire"
The neighbors help her save her furniture, and the fire truck arrives in time to stop the fire from spreading to other houses, but Miss Maudie’s house burns to the ground.
There, Scout endures Francis, Alexandra’s grandson, who had been dropped off at Finch’s Landing for the holiday. One night, Francis tells Scout that Dill is a runt and then calls Atticus a “nigger-lover.” Scout curses him and beats him up.
Chapter 9 "Scout curses him and beats him up"
Chapter 10 "One-shot Finch."
To Jem and Scout’s amazement, Atticus does so, hitting the dog with his first shot despite his considerable distance from the dog. Later, Miss Maudie tells Jem and Scout that, as a young man, Atticus was the best shot in the county—“One-shot Finch.”
Chapter 11 "Jem destroys all of Mrs. Dubose's camellia bushes."
Jem loses his temper. Jem takes a baton from Scout and destroys all of Mrs. Dubose's camellia bushes. As punishment, Jem must go to her house every day for a month and read to her.