Could you imagine being a kid who goes from an aesthetically pleasing school to a bland school that doesn't even have a playground? That's exactly what happened to Junior Kekura Soropogui in Conakry, Guinea. In time, however, he warmed up to the new place.
Junior was not pleased with his new school in Conakry, Guinea.
The one-story school building had no doors or windows. It didn’t have a playground, only piles of dirt. In contrast, his old school was a yellow four-story building with doors and windows. It had a nice playground and a basketball court.
“I don’t like this school,” Junior complained to Father . . .
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