I have a question, that only if you reply yes, we can change a poor child’s future.
Will you help me create something, to help poor children learn to read and educate themselves?
What would the question be?
I hope it's nothing that involves, inventions
I came all this way for nothing!?!
I am sorry, but I can’t do that, the monks that hand write books, would lose their jobs, and they would not be useful anymore and they would go against me
Now what am I going to do! I have tried everything
They can go against me, I will take the credit for starting the idea of the Printing Press even though you did.
Please. Do me this favor.
I am sorry, my dear but I can not do that, as much as I have been planning the same thing, I even called it the Printing Press but I must respect others as well
I need to do something, to make him want to help me
His face was shocked, as if he didn't know how to answer.
Ok, I guess I will do it myself!
I tried to persuade him into this idea, but he wouldn't do it! He turned around to another lady and didn’t say another thing to me.I couldn’t believe it, I had walked all the way here for a NO this couldn’t be possible.
I have been thinking, and you really did persuade me, I guess I may be able to help you.
Excuse me, Hello again.
Was he going to say sorry?
I could see he felt bad, but he didn't want to ruin anyone's career either. I just wished he would say yes! I was so mad.
Look! It's working! We did it.
I can't believe it! This is the best day ever!
It actually works!
I saw him take a peek over his shoulder with a sorry looking face. And just like that he walked away. I stayed in the market looking at the inventions, seeing if something would work.
15 minutes later, I feel someone behind me. It was Johannes! We were actually going to make a Printing Press!
3 years later, It was 1444. The Printing Press was finally finished, Johannes first tried creating a bible, which did make conflicts between him and the Monks but it was worth it, because when we tested it, it did work. After all, I was 13 now, and I could finally have my first job, as Gutenberg’s assistant.