Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World - Chapters 25-32 Summary & Analysis

Katherine Hannigan
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Chapters 25-32 Summary

In Chapter 25, Ida B. began to wonder if Claire really wasn't evil. She also wondered if maybe Claire was right, and she was simply mean. She tried to ignore the thoughts, but they kept coming back to her.

In class, the teacher decided that having a guest reader was a good idea and she gave the other kids turns to read as well. Ida B. liked that idea because that meant that she would have a turn every once in a while. She decided that when the teacher asked her to read, she would casually agree. At least, her mouth would agree. Her brain still thought about Claire, though. Ida B. felt that when somebody read a good story, people might see the good in them. If she read, Claire would know the real truth. Because of this, when the teacher...

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