Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World - Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

Katherine Hannigan
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Chapters 13-18 Summary

In Chapter 13, Ida B. set out her clothes for school next day. Everything she had was completely black. Her mother came into her room to talk with her and ran her fingers through Ida B.'s hair, but the girl forced herself not to respond. She felt something wet on her pajama top and looked up to find her mother crying. This made Ida B. feel sad as well, and she fought back her own tears. Even though she decided not to like her mother anymore, it was hard not to feel sad with her.

In Chapter 14, Ida B. went out to the bus stop early the next day so she wouldn't have to talk to her parents. It was a rainy, windy day, and she felt very ornery. She tried to look as mean as possible as she boarded the...

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