To Kill a Mockingbird

in what ways is boo radley like a child according to scouts description of him in this chapter (31) what is the significance of his child-like behavior

how is boo like a child and the significance of his child like behavior that's what I need to know. Thanks to anyone that can help 

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 Boo has been shut in for much of his life. He is very much like a child when thrust into society. Scout notices child-like behavior in Boo. Boo is very unsure of himself and needs to be led around like a child. He is very timid and curious about his surroundings.