Why doesn't Holling complain to Mrs. Baker about cleaning erasers and straightening the classroom?  

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The answer to this question can be found relatively early in the chapter titled "October." Holling is giving readers a summary of all of the horrible cleaning chores that he has to do for Mrs. Baker during his time on Wednesdays with her. He has to do things like clean chalkboards, pound out chalkboard erasers, and arrange dictionaries. He tells readers that he got so good at that stuff that Mrs. Baker...

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