Our Right Place

[Written Especially for Children]

Promotion time was drawing near in school. A little girl who had every reason to expect promotion because all through the term her reports had shown a good percentage and steady application, became aware of the fact that many of the children were requesting that they be sent on to a teacher who was a great favorite in the school.

Now, there were two classes in the next grade, one of which was taught by a woman who was acknowledged by all to be a good teacher. But among the children stories had been circulated that she was very strict. The other was regarded as a lovely teacher who was always bright and jolly.

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