On Monday, a teacher named Céline Chauveau Feuillatre posted this adorable letter from her students on Facebook.
Feuillatre is a teacher at an elementary school on a little island called Noirmoutier, in the west of France.
And they signed it "les lutins," which means "the goblins" or "elves". ❤❤❤
At first, Feuillatre thought it was just a cute way for her students to learn about the world.
But it looks like it might not have been the best thing to put on Facebook.
The letter has been shared over 50,000 times in 24 hours.
It's been translated into multiple languages including English, Spanish, German, and Dutch.
According to the comments, it's spread as far as Japan.
Feuillatre told BuzzFeed France that she never expected her project to go this far and that she's a little freaked out by it. She said she prefers to let the post speak for itself and didn't want to add anything more.
So, if you haven't sent her class a postcard yet, it might be best not to. They probably have enough on the way.
This post has been updated with a tighter translation from the original French.
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