The good teacher by unknown autor traslated by Ann WoodThe grandfather takes his grandson to the school, where the parents have judged him to be the best teacher, and as soon as they enter the school yard, they are surrounded by shrieking children.
"What a funny old man!" A child grinned.
"A mumble macaque!" Another boy called out.
The grandfather stood up, grabbed his grandson by the arm and led him out into the street.
"Hooray, I'm not going to school!" The little boy rejoiced.
"You will, but not in this," Grandpa said, his brows lowered. And he left him at home, and set out to seek the best teacher.
Attended another school, then a third. Some children ignored him, others mocked him. The grandfather left silently until he reached a narrow and worn-out school, and, tired, leaned against the fence. A bell rang, the Decurlin went out into the yard and several approached the old man.
-Goddy, are you sick? Can I bring you water?
-You want to sit on this bench.
-If you want, can I go and call the teacher?
A young teacher soon came and after congratulating them, his grandfather said to him:
I finally found the best school for my grandson.
-I think you're wrong. Our school is small and narrow. Hardly the best, the teacher replied.
But his grandfather was aware, did not let himself be dissuaded, and agreed to accept him.
In the evening the mother of the toddler asked:
-Why do you think he is the best teacher?
-Because their students know the teachers ...
Short story by Ann Wood
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Written on 2019-09-09 at 20:06
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