By Ayture-Scheele Zulal
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Sometimes he even falls off his chair. It’s his teacher, Miss Meeks, who comes up with the best one. She stands at the greenboard one day, trying to explain what a billion basketballs would look like. ” The classroom is a sea of boggling eyes. Wow! ” Miss Meeks explains that there is no actual place called Jabip. It’s just her way of saying someplace really far away. At that point Zinkoff, in the last seat in the last row, tilts alarmingly to the left and falls from his chair. The teacher rushes to him.
His face is red. Tears stream down his cheeks. He’s gasping for breath. “Donald! ” she calls, though he is inches away. 29 He looks up at her through watery eyes. ” He pounds the floor. That’s when Miss Meeks realizes her pupil isn’t dying, he’s merely laughing. It’s a good five minutes before Zinkoff calms down enough for the class to continue. Miss Meeks forbids the class—and herself—to utter the word “Jabip” for the rest of the day. Nevertheless, from time to time there are sudden giggly eruptions from the back row as the word pops back into Zinkoff’s head.
He is,” says Cherise, “but he’s hiding. He says he’s never coming out. ” Zinkoff thinks about this for a moment. He lifts a finger to Cherise. “I have an idea. Tell Andrew my father is a mailman. ” In Zinkoff’s view, carrying the mail is the most interesting job there is. 36 Cherise nods solemnly. ” Before Zinkoff and his mother get back to their own house, he has another idea. ” “Good for you,” says his mother. ” His mother does not say no. His parents try not to say no to him unless it’s really necessary.
Origami tome 3 by Ayture-Scheele Zulal