Teacher Ilham and the Autumn Leaves

Written by Suzan Elhilou
Illustrated by Basma Hosam


On a windy autumn morning, Teacher Ilham wakes up late so she quickly gets ready and sets out on her scooter to go to school, placing her bag in the basket behind her. Along the way, passersby shout and point at her, warning her of papers flying out of her bag. Miss Ilham disregards and scolds them thinking that they are referring to the autumn leaves. When she arrives at the classroom, she opens her bag and finds out that the flying papers are actually the exam papers! What will Miss Ilham do now, and can she save the papers?
A fun and humorous story written in rhyme.

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