How Do Jem and Scout's Views of Boo Radley Change During the Book?

Jem and Scout Finch's views of Boo Radly change during the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee from mysterious and frightening to friendly and understanding. According to Dramatica's analysis of the book, the children change when they realize that Radley has saved their lives; they finally understand his perspective and accept that he is a good person.