The Secret School - Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary

Chapter 13 - Over the next couple of days, Ida hurries through her chores and stays up late so she can spend more time on her own studies, which she does even in class, at one point asking Tom quietly for help with a math problem. Her mother warns her she's pushing herself too far, but Ida says she has to. One day, schoolwork is interrupted by the arrival of a powerful thunder and hail storm, the hailstones so big that Tom brings his mule (who is frightened of hail) into the boys' cloakroom. Shortly afterwards, while Mary is reciting a poem, Mr. Jordan bursts in, cries out that what he was told was true, and closes the school.

Chapter 14 - The day after the school is closed, Ida is miserable. Mrs. Bidson asks her to take care of her baby brother...

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