Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

Katherine Hannigan
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Chapters 7-12 Summary

In Chapter 7, things didn't get better in school. They got worse. Ida B. felt worse every day, but she didn't want to complain. Still her sadness showed physically, and she became droopy. Mama decided that she was going to going to see what school was like so she visited for a day. This made Ida B. feel better. School seemed to have the same effect on Mama.

The next day, Mama said she and Daddy wanted to talk with Ida B. about school. They told her that they were going to teach her at home. Mother warned her that it wouldn't be easy, and there would be lots of learning just like regular school—with tests and all. This waS how she ended out being home-schooled for four years. Everything was finer then fine, and she thought she would never...

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