The Secret School - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3 - When they arrive home, Ida asks Felix not to talk about what happened that day at school. After doing the evening chores and having dinner, Ida and Felix go to bed, with Ida staring thoughtfully at the ceiling. Unable to sleep, she goes down to talk to her busy mother, explaining what happened, why it's important to her, and what Tom suggested. Mrs. Bidson listens carefully, commenting that Tom suggested what he did partly because he's sweet on Ida, an idea that Ida scoffs at. Mrs. Bidson also reminds Ida that high school was only a possibility for her, dependent on how the farm does - she'll have to pay for her board while she's at high school, which is in Steamboat Springs, and if the farm has a bad year, the family won't be able to afford it...

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