Book Creator

A set of short crime stories

by Vaida Mickienė

Pages 2 and 3 of 11

Pasirinkau šį įrankį, nes su mokiniais dažnai atliekame kūrybinius darbus. Šį kartą įkėliau kelias mokinių sukurtas istorijas apie nusikaltimus. Prieš ketverius metus mokiniai ne tik rašė istorijas, bet ir jas iliustravo savo piešiniais. Šiandien jų kūryba galėtų būti sudėta į vieną elektroninę knygą ir būtų gražus atsiminimas apie bendrą klasės kūrybinį darbą. Tikrai pasinaudosiu šia programa ir jau rudenį su mokiniais kažką įdomaus sukursime.

Su meile,
mokytoja Vaida
by Lukrecija IIIe

Samantha and Lucas were watching TV as they did every single Friday. Their parents had gone on a trip and left the house two hours ago. Mom said they would be back on Monday morning. It was around 2 a.m. when the twins decided to go to sleep, but suddenly they heard somebody knocking on their door.
‘That’s strange.’ thought Samantha. ‘There’s no way mom has left the keys at home.’ she thought again.
‘Wait!’ Samantha shouted quietly. ‘What if…’ But Lucas was already unlocking the door.
A formidable silhouette appeared quickly. Samantha almost jumped out of her skin when she saw the man aggressively walking into their house holding a gun.
‘You have ten minutes to bring me all of the money in this house.’ He told dreadfully. Samantha and Lucas were already terrified and distraught, but now they completely froze. It became clear that the man had no time for playing games when he pointed his gun at the ceiling and shot, their scream went after.
‘Are you deaf or do you want to be dead?’ he shouted. ‘Actually, wait! I’ve got a better idea. Let’s go together, you’ll show me.’ The man didn’t seem to be joking at all, so the kids lead him to the second floor.
Neither Samantha nor Lucas knew where their parents were keeping money. Quickly they reached parents’ room and Lucas took Samantha’s hand. It was the first place that came to their minds. When they walked in a light breeze touched them. Samantha and Lucas shivered. The window was widely open since dad had forgotten to close it. They had only one choice left.
‘Don’t look down.’ Whispered Lucas and they jumped.