"'Hurry, hon, said Atticus. 'Here's your shoes and socks.' Stupidly, I put them on. 'Is it morning?' That something was wrong finally got through to me. 'What's the matter?' (Lee 77).
"At the front door, we saw fire spewing from Miss Maudie's dining-room windows. As if to confirm what we saw, the town fire siren went off at a terrible pitch and remained there, screaming
"'Now listen, both of you. Go down and stand in front of the Radley place. Keep out of the way, you hear? See which way the wind's blowing?.... Not yet, son. Do as I tell you. Run now. Take care of Scout, you hear?'" (Lee 78).
Both of you go down and stand in front of the Radley place. Keep out of everyone's way. Jem, take care of Scout.
Should we make him get out stuff out?
"'You think we ought to make him get our stuff out?' 'Let's don't pester him, he'll know when it's time,' said Jem" (Lee 80).
No, he'll know when it's time to do that. Let's leave him alone for now.