I'm going to eat them both and tell Jem about them tonight!
Scout spends most of the school year bored, disengaged, frustrated, and waiting for summer break.
One afternoon when Scout was walking home from school, she found some chewing gum left in the knothole of the tree in Boo Radey's front yard.
On the last day of school, she and Jem found two "Indian head" pennies in that same knot of Boo Radley's tree.
Does this game have anything to do with the Radleys?
No. . . ?
Dill, the Finch's mischievous childhood friend, returns to Maycomb for the summer.
One afternoon while they are rolling each other in an old tire, Scout rolls to Boo Radley's front porch, which frightens Dill and Jem at first, but later turns into a made-up game called "Boo Radley."
Atticus catches them playing "Boo Radley," and questions them about it. Jem lies, but they do reconsider playing it in the future.