How did scout act when she took Boo Radley home?
Seeing Boo makes Scout see herself differently, and she's not entirely pleased with what she sees. This moment of self-examination suggests that Atticus stopped too soon with his advice that putting yourself in another person's shoes allows you to understand them better - it also has the potential to let you understand yourself.
The mysterious Boo Radley and the mystery of the Radley home fascinated Scout and Jem. First she found Boo's nest that held all kinds of goodies, seemingly left there for them. They invented games such as imagining who the real Boo Radley was. The mystery intensifies even more after Scout landed in the Radley yard one day while riding inside a tire and swore she heard Boo laughing at her from inside the house.
If scout and jem are afraid of Boo Radley why do they run in and out of the radley place trying to get boo's attention in To Kill a Mockingbird?
On their way home from the pageant, Jem and Scout are attacked by Bob Ewell, seeking revenge for the trial and for what Atticus proved. Jem is knocked unconscious and his arm is broken. Scout is protected by her ham costume and is saved by Boo Radley. Boo then kills Bob Ewell with Mr. Ewell's own knife and Boo carries Jem home.