Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World - Chapters 19-24 Summary & Analysis

Katherine Hannigan
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Chapters 19-24 Summary

In Chapter 19, Ronnie was the fastest runner in the fourth grade. He was also very friendly. He was not good at math. Still, he kept trying to answer questions correctly, and Ida B. had respect for his efforts. She knew he was embarrassed about getting help and tried to make math fun for him. She challenged him to a game in math and equated the math exercises to practicing for a race.

They started with the basics and then he began to get better. She could tell he was practicing at home. The two children played for quarters, and they would have a running race at the end of the day. Ida B. always won the quarters in the math but lost them in the running race so everything was even. She didn't want other kids to know she was friendly...

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