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

Katherine Hannigan
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Life is About Fun

Ida B. thinks takes the idea of having fun very seriously. When her dad tries to get her to slow down, she tells him how important it is to get tasks done so that fun can happen. This is such a key theme in this book that it's part of the title. Ida B. finds that playing with her cat and dog is fun. She also finds fun as she draws and talks with the trees and brook. She reaches out to others, trying to learn more about the world. This is shown when she makes rafts and sends them down the brook. She asks people to respond to her, but when the responses are boring (in her opinion), she tries to bring more fun to them in a fun follow-up thank you note.

When she was in kindergarten, Ida B. had a very hard...

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