a. Scout finds tinfoil sticking out of a knothole in a tree at the Radley's place. In the tinfoil was chewing gum. Jem tells her to spit it out when he came home from school.
b. On their way home from the last day of school, there is another piece of tinfoil in the knothole. Behind it is a jewllery box containing two Indian head pennies.
c. Dill arrives back at Maycomb
d. Scout, Jem and Dill play with a tyre. Scout is first one in and is pushed down the street. She crashes into the Radley front yard dazed.
e. Jem comes up with a new game. The game is acting out the life of Boo Radley. Atticus comes home one day and becomes suspicious of their behaviour.
a i. Something about one of the trees attracted my attention. Some tinfoil was sticking in a knot-hole, winking at me in the afternoon sun. I stood on tiptoe, reached into the hole, and withdrew two pieces of chewing gum. (p. 39)
a ii. "Don't eat things you find , Scout."
"This wan't on the ground, it was in a tree."
"Well it was," I said. "It was sticking in that tree yonder, the one comin' from the school."
"Spit it out right now!" (p. 39)
b. Trying to make Jem believe I had found it there, and found myself pointing at another piece of tinfoil.
"I see it, Scout! I see it - "
Jem looked around, reached up and pocketed a tiny shiny package.We ran home, and on the front porch we looked at a small box. It was the kind wedding rings came in. Jem flicked open the tiny catch to reveal two scrubbed and polished pennies.
"Indian-heads," he said. "Nineteen-six and Scout, one of 'ems nineteen hundred. These are real old." (p. 40)
c. Two days later Dill arrived in a blaze of glory; he had ridden the train by himself from Meridian to Maycomb Junction where he had been met by Miss Rachel in Maycomb's one taxi. (p. 41)
d. The tyre bumped on gravel, skeetered across the road, crashed into a barrier and popped me like a cork on to pavement. Dizzy and nauseated, I lay on the cement and shook my head still, pounded my waers in silence. I raised my head and stared at the Radley place steps in front of me. I froze. (p. 43)
e i. "I know what we are going to play," he announced. "Something new, something different."
"What?" asked Dill.
"Boo Radley." (p. 44)
e ii. "Give me those scissors," said Atticus. "They're no things to play with. Does this by any chance have anything to do with the Radleys?"
"No sir," said Jem, reddening.
"I hope it doesn't," he said shortly, and went back inside the house. (p. 46)