Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World Setting & Symbolism

Katherine Hannigan
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Home

This is a farm with lots of land that Ida B. loves. It's a place filled with love.

Orchard

This is where Ida B. goes to have fun. It's filled with apple trees and Ida B. likes to go there to talk with nature and draw.

Bus

This is something that Ida B. hates. It makes her feel squished and takes her to a place she doesn't want to go to.

Kindergarten Classroom

This is an orderly room where fun things can only be accessed at certain times. Ida B. doesn't like it here.

Fourth Grade Classroom

This is a pleasant, busy place that Ida B. is determined to dislike. It's where she learns that she loves reading out loud.

Apples

Ida B. loves these. She has them with her lunch every day.

Cancer

Ida B.'s world changes when her mother gets this. The treatments are...

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