2 Contents How to Use This Book Story Picture Acts 17: Story Picture Genesis 1: Story Picture Colossians 4: Story Picture John 4: Story Picture Ephesians 2: Story Picture Deuteronomy 6: Story Picture Colossians 3: Story Picture Chronicles 29: Story Picture Deuteronomy 27: Story Picture Luke 6: Story Picture Psalm 119: Story Picture Psalm 4: Story Picture Matthew 22: Story Picture John 3: Story Picture Isaiah 9: Story Picture Luke 2: Story Picture Zephaniah 3: Story Picture Psalm 86: Story Picture Psalm 34: Story Picture John 1: Story Picture Matthew 4: Story Picture Psalm 31: Story Picture Job 22: Story Picture Matthew 19: Story Picture Psalm 86: Story Picture Psalm 18:
3 Story Picture Chronicles 16: Story Picture Thessalonians 5: Story Picture Psalm 7: Story Picture Timothy 6: Story Picture Psalm 147: Story Picture Matthew 28: Story Picture Corinthians 9: Story Picture Revelation 1: Story Picture Mark 16: Story Picture Psalm 105: Story Picture Psalm 119: Story Picture Galatians 6: Story Picture Proverbs 17: Story Picture Joshua 1: Story Picture Thessalonians 3: Story Picture Romans 12: Story Picture John 13: Story Picture Genesis 33: Story Picture Genesis 26: Story Picture Philippians 4: Story Picture Jeremiah 10: Story Picture Hebrews 13: Story Picture Psalm 31: Story Picture Luke 11: Story Picture Psalm 27: Story Picture Titus 3: Bible Verse Index Topical Index CD-ROM On the CD-ROM you will find all the stories and activity pages for The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2.
4 How to Use This Book If you teach alone: 1. Prepare pages from The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 by making a double-sided photocopy for each child in your class from the book or CD-Rom. Provide crayons or markers for children to use in coloring the pages. Plan ahead for those pages that require a few extra materials (tape, construction paper, etc.). 2. Use the pages at a variety of times when children arrive early, when children finish other activities ahead of time or when children need a quiet change of pace. You may also occasionally substitute the sheets for another activity suggested in your curriculum or offer them in addition to the suggested activities. Have extra photocopies on hand during holiday times, so there are enough for visitors. 3. Read the story and use the conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children color. If you are unable to read the story aloud and ask the questions, label each page with the child s name to send home. Encourage parents to read and discuss the story at home. If you teach with one or more other teachers: Plan a time in your session schedule when pages from The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 may be used (see number 2 above). Assign one teacher to prepare and lead the activity. He or she may read the story on the sheet as children color. Help children apply the Bible truth to their lives by using the conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story on the back of each sheet. If you are the director or coordinator: Use pages from The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 to supplement your regular children s programs. 1. Distribute sheets for children to complete during transition times between children s programs. 2. Attach each page to a clipboard. Distribute clipboards and small boxes of crayons to children who come to an adult service. 3. Use the pages during meeting times when child care is not available or when teachers are unexpectedly absent. 4. At a family camp or event, lead families to complete one or more pages as part of the event activities. 5. Use the pages as part of Sunday evening or weekday early childhood programs. 6. When children are participating in choir performances or other special programs, provide pages and crayons for waiting children Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2
5 Story Picture 1 God made the world and everything in it. (See Acts 17:24.) Color the picture. Glue fabric scrap to bed for blanket. Add star stickers to nighttime sky. fold God made nighttime. God made daytime Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 7
6 2010 Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 8 The next morning when Anna woke up, she heard Uncle Ben s voice saying, Where s Anna? Mom turned off the little light beside the bed. Anna decided, I m not going to sleep. I m going to stay awake all night! And Anna did stay awake for a long time. She thought about what she would do tomorrow. Uncle Ben had promised to take Anna and Joshua to the park. Uncle Ben said they could take a picnic lunch. Anna was awake for a long time. But then she couldn t stay awake any longer and she fell asleep. God made the daytime and the nighttime. He made the whole world! The Bible says, God made the world and everything in it. Repeat Bible verse with children. We re thankful God made the world. Let s pray and thank Him now! Pray briefly. Mom smiled. She said, Let s pray to God. After Anna talked to God, Mom prayed, Thank You, God, for this good day. Thank You for the quiet night. In Jesus name, amen. Why didn t Anna want to go to bed? Where was Anna going with Joshua and Uncle Ben? What did Anna have to do to get ready? Why did God make nighttime? Daytime? What do you like to do in the daytime? But I m already this many! Anna said. She held up four fingers. Let s Talk About the Story Someday you ll be older. Then you may stay up later, Mom explained. But this is your bedtime now. I wish I could stay up late, Anna said. Mom and Anna said the little poem over and over as Anna hurried to get ready to go to the park. Finally, she and Joshua jumped into Uncle Ben s car. Anna decided she would NOT stay up late anymore. She didn t like to hurry! Mom smiled. She helped Anna put away her dolls. I like daytime, too, Mom said. But we get tired. I m glad God gives us nighttime when we can rest. Mom tucked Anna into bed. I can say it, too, Anna laughed. Just listen. That s how we have a happy day. I don t want to go to bed! Anna said. I don t like nighttime. I wish it was always daytime, so I could play! At night we sleep; next day we play. Mom came into the living room where Anna was playing. Anna, it s bedtime. Mom taught Anna a rhyme: Anna s Bedtime Anna HATED to hurry, but she knew Uncle Ben was right, so she ran back to her room. Mom helped Anna get dressed as quickly as she could. 3. Distribute materials. Use conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children complete pictures. Uncle Ben said, It would have been smarter to go to sleep extra EARLY instead. Now you ll have to HURRY! 2. Listen to find out what this girl did not want to do. Read story and show completed Story Picture 1. Anna felt silly. Well, she said, I stayed awake a long, long time last night. I was thinking about all the fun we would have at the park. Uncle Ben said, I thought you d be ready by now. 1. Make a copy of Story Picture 1 for yourself and each child. Gather materials; color and complete your copy. Good morning, sleepyhead! Mom said. Read-Aloud Story and Activity Mom! Uncle Ben! WAIT! Anna shouted. I m awake! Wait for me! Story Picture 1 Mom whispered, Shhhh. She s still asleep. You and Joshua go on to the park. Anna JUMPED up. She RAN to the kitchen!
7 Story Picture 2 God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. Genesis 1:31 Color the picture. Add blue tissue-paper squares to the water Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 9
8 2010 Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 10 God did, said Mia. You did, Mom said. But who made your eyes and hands and mind? God, said Mia. But I made this elephant! Who made the clay? asked Mom. Mia laughed. NO! That would be YUCKY! God made many kinds of animals. He made all things! The Bible says, God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. Repeat Bible verse with children. Let s thank God for all the good things He made. Pray briefly. It s not made of elephant muscles and bones, is it? Mom asked. Clay, answered Mia. That s true. You made it. But what did you make it from? asked Mom. Why couldn t Mia make a live elephant? Where did Mia see a real elephant? What are some of the things the live elephant did? Could Mia s elephant do those things? Why not? But GOD didn t make this elephant, Mia said. I did! That s a fine elephant, Mom said. But is it alive? I thought only God could make LIVING things, she said. Let s Talk About the Story A few minutes later Mia took her clay elephant over to her mom. Look! It s a real live elephant! Mia said. You re right! said Mom. Maybe we can go see the baby elephant on Saturday. That s right, said the teacher. Only God can make living things, like elephants and boys and girls. Wow! That baby elephant is BIG! said Mia. Because it s not alive, said Mia. Only God can make things that are alive! Mom smiled. Did you know, she asked, that a baby elephant was born at the zoo? Mom showed Mia the newspaper. Here is a picture of it. Why can t your elephant do those things? asked Mia s teacher. Mia was playing with clay. She said to her mom, I like this clay. I m making an elephant! Mia took her clay elephant to kindergarten on Monday. She showed it to the other children. Mia said, This isn t a real elephant. It can t squeal. It can t give itself a bath. Mia s Elephant After Mom and Mia looked at all the other animals, they ate lunch. Then it was time to go home. 3. Distribute materials. Use conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children complete pictures. 2. Listen to find out what this boy made. Read story and show completed Story Picture 2. I want to see the baby elephant first! said Mia. Mom walked and Mia ran until they were at the elephant pen. There was the big gray baby elephant! The baby elephant squealed and snorted. He put his long trunk into the pond. Then he squirted water all over himself! Mia and Mom laughed. He s giving himself a bath, Mia said. 1. Make a copy of Story Picture 2 for yourself and each child. Gather materials; color and complete your copy. On Saturday, Mom took Mia to the zoo. Read-Aloud Story and Activity Story Picture 2 So, Mom said, we can use things like clay that God made. We can make things with the hands and minds God gave us. That s why we say God made everything.
9 Story Picture 3 Pray always and be thankful. (See Colossians 4:2.) Connect the dots. Color the picture Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 11
10 2010 Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 12 Later, Ryan came over to play. Daniel said, I walked on that high wall Daniel jumped. His grandpa caught Daniel and hugged him. Don t walk on high walls if I m not here to catch you! he said. Daniel got to the end of the wall. He said, Catch me, Grandpa! Grandpa s here to watch him walk and catch him if he falls! Daniel walks on walls; even big, high walls; Grandpa sang his song: Grandpa sang. And so did Daniel! Daniel was thankful his grandpa was there! God made many things. Best of all, He made you and me and people who help us! The Bible says, Pray always and be thankful. Repeat Bible verse with children. Let s be thankful. We ll thank God for making each one of us. Pray briefly. Daniel walked very carefully, looking at the end of the wall, not at his feet. Grandpa kept his hand beside Daniel, just in case. One day Daniel and Grandpa were walking. They came to a HIGH wall. Daniel said, Grandpa, I m big. I m going to walk on this wall without holding your hand. Watch me! Grandpa s here to hold his hand and catch him if he falls! What did Daniel like to do? What did Grandpa do when Daniel walked on a wall? Why do you think Daniel was glad for Grandpa? Daniel soon could walk on the little walls without holding Grandpa s hand. But Grandpa always watched him, ready to help Daniel if he needed help. Daniel walks on walls; even big, high walls; Let s Talk About the Story Grandpa sang his song: Grandpa s here to hold his hand and catch him if he falls! Grandpa laughed. Sure, he said. Up you go. Daniel walks on walls; yes, Daniel walks on walls; (Sing to The Farmer in the Dell tune.) Daniel said, I m glad, too. I forgot what to do when you weren t here. Can I walk on the wall now, Grandpa? Will you hold my hand this time? Every time Daniel s grandpa came over, they went for walks together. Daniel liked to go for walks. Best of all, Daniel liked to walk on walls. Grandpa always helped Daniel walk on walls. Grandpa would hold Daniel s hand and sing: Grandpa smiled. I m glad I was here to catch you, so you wouldn t fall! Daniel nodded. It hurts a little bit. But I m OK. Are you all right? Grandpa asked. Walking on a Wall Daniel was SO GLAD to see Grandpa! He stopped crying. He swung one leg over the wall and one, two, three, he threw himself into Grandpa s arms. Grandpa hugged him tightly. 3. Distribute materials. Use conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children complete pictures. 2. Listen to find out where this boy liked to walk. Read story and show completed Story Picture 3. Ryan looked up at him. Can you get down? I ll get your mom. Ryan ran to Daniel s house. Daniel s mom came hurrying out. Grandpa came right behind her. He lifted his arms to Daniel and said, Jump! 1. Make a copy of Story Picture 3 for yourself and each child. Gather materials; color and complete your copy. Read-Aloud Story and Activity Daniel climbed up on the high wall. He started to sing grandpa s song. But then he looked down. There was no Grandpa there. Daniel looked down at Ryan. Ryan looked LITTLE! Daniel forgot to look at the end of the wall. He stopped. He wobbled. He started to fall! THUNK! Daniel grabbed the wall with both hands as he sat down HARD. It HURT! He started to cry. Story Picture 3 today! I can do it without holding anyone s hand. Wanna see me do it?
11 Story Picture 4 God sent his Son to be the Savior of the world. (See 1 John 4:14.) Connect the dots. Color the picture. Glue a scrap of fake fur to the dog Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 13
12 2010 Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 14 Preston grabbed some paper towels and tried to mop up the juice. Harry licked up some of it. Mom came into the kitchen. She looked surprised and angry! Now look what you did! Preston said to Harry. Preston was MAD! Then Harry jumped up on Preston. The glass of juice went flying! Oh, Harry! You re not supposed to be in here! Preston said. I forgot to close the door! God loves us. Best of all, He sent Jesus to us! The Bible says, God has sent his Son to be the Savior of the world. Sometimes we call Jesus the Savior. Jesus is the Savior because He is the One God sent to help us love and obey God. Repeat Bible verse with children. Let s thank God for showing His love by sending Jesus. Pray briefly. After a while, Preston got thirsty. He ran inside. He went right to the refrigerator to get a glass of juice. Just as Preston took the juice from the refrigerator, he looked around. Harry was running into the house! That s right! Mom said. To shut the door, so Harry stays outside, Preston said. What games did Preston and Harry like to play? What rule did Mom have about Harry? What did Preston forget to do when he came inside? Why do you think Preston will remember the rule next time? One afternoon Preston went outside to play with Harry. At first, Preston threw sticks for Harry to catch. Then Preston threw Harry a ball and Harry brought it back. Then they chased each other around and around the yard. Mom asked, What can you remember when you come in? Let s Talk About the Story Preston and Harry did have fun playing in the yard. Preston would throw a stick as far as he could. Harry would run fast to catch it and bring it back to Preston. Then Preston would throw it again. Preston brought the mop. Together, Preston and Mom mopped the floor. No, Preston, Mom said, shaking her head. You know the rules. Harry is an outside dog. He has a big yard to play in. He has a doghouse to keep him dry when it rains. The floor is still all sticky from juice, Mom said. Let s get the mop and clean it up. Mom said, Preston, I forgive you. She gave Preston a hug. Arf! Arf! Scratch! Scratch! Preston s big brown dog Harry was barking and scratching at the door. Please, Mom, please, Preston begged. Can Harry come in the house? Preston was quiet for a few minutes. Then he said, I m sorry, Mom. I forgot to shut the door. Harry The Outside Dog I like Harry, Mom explained, but Harry is an outside dog. Preston answered slowly, I guess Harry would knock stuff over. Like the juice. 3. Distribute materials. Use conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children complete pictures. Mom asked, Why do you think we have that rule? 2. Listen to find out where this dog is supposed to be. Read story and show completed Story Picture 4. I know, Preston said. Harry can t come in the house. Mom led Harry outside and shut the door. Let s talk about our rule, Mom said. 1. Make a copy of Story Picture 4 for yourself and each child. Gather materials; color and complete your copy. Read-Aloud Story and Activity Harry and I were playing outside. I got thirsty n I came to get some juice n Harry followed me in n knocked the juice on the floor, Preston said, not stopping to take a breath. Story Picture 4 Harry, how did you get in here? Mom asked. She was frowning.
13 Story Picture 5 God made us to do good. (See Ephesians 2:10.) Draw and color pictures of the food Mom bought at the market. Draw a picture of Aja s special surprise. Glue pieces of cereal on cereal boxes Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 15
14 2010 Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 16 Up one aisle and down the next one, Mom pushed the cart. She filled it with boxes of cereal, cans of peaches, milk and apples. Mom stopped the cart near the cookies. Aja saw her very FAVORITE kind! She reached out to take a box. Then she remembered the good thing she could do. And she grabbed the cart handle tightly! I remember, Aja whispered back. Soon Mom drove into the parking lot and stopped the car. Aja unbuckled her seat belt and walked with her mom into the store. Mom found a shopping cart. Aja decided to ride in the cart. As Mom put her into the seat, she gave Aja a hug. Mom whispered, Remember the two good things you can do! I can do those two things, Aja said. God helps us do good things. The Bible says, God made us to do good. Repeat Bible verse with children. Let s thank God for helping us do good and obey Him. Pray briefly. You may ride or you may walk. Either choice is fine with me, her mother answered. But before we get to the store, let s talk about two good things you can do to help me while we re there. One good thing you can do is to stop your hands when you want to reach out and touch things on the shelves. The other good thing you can do is to stop your mouth when you want to whine and beg me for a treat. Where did Aja and her mom go? What did Mom ask Aja to do? What did Aja almost do? What did she remember? What do you think Aja s special surprise could be? Mom and Aja were on their way to the grocery store. I think I want to ride in the shopping cart, Aja said. But I like to walk, too! Let s Talk About the Story Two Good Things 3. Distribute materials. Use conversation suggestions in Let s Talk About the Story as children complete pictures. I m glad you did those good things, Mom said. And I bought a special good thing for you to eat, just to surprise you! 2. Listen to find out what two things this girl did. Read story and show completed Story Picture 5. Aja said, I DID do both of those things! 1. Make a copy of Story Picture 5 for yourself and each child. Gather materials; color and complete your copy. Mom pushed the cart to the checkout stand. Then she and Aja put the bags of food into the car. Mom said, Thank you, Aja, for the two good things you did today. Your good help made it fun to go shopping with you! Read-Aloud Story and Activity Story Picture 5 Later, Aja saw bags of bright red peppermints, the kind she liked best. She started to say, MOM! Pleeeeeease... ; then she stopped. She remembered she could do a good thing by not begging her mother to buy candy.
15 Story Picture 6 Do what is right and good. Deuteronomy 6:18 Draw blocks on each shelf. Color the picture Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 17
16 Story Picture 7 Whatever you do, do your work for the Lord. (See Colossians 3:23.) Color the picture. Glue dry cereal in each bowl. Glue a piece of newspaper in Dylan s hand Gospel Light. Permission to photocopy granted to original purchaser only. The Big Book of Read-Aloud Stories #2 19
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The Ant and the Grasshopper By Maggie I. Anton the ant looked up from his tedious work. Shopping is exhausting, but it will eventually pay off, he thought to himself. All of a sudden, he heard singing.
& EPISODE #8 HIGH SCHOOL REUNION by Mary Engquist Skits for High School reunions Characters: Allison, George, Billy, Lady Hurry up, George, we are going to be late for the our high school reunion. Yeah,
10 CONNECT WITH YOUR KID B Y E R I N M A C P H E R S O N 10 B Y E R I N M A C P H E R S O N When everything is sunshine and roses, it's easy to connect with your kid. But what about those times when things
Purpose Week 2 Author: Chelsea Jacobs Project Supervisors Nick Diliberto and Rob Quinn Artwork: Kindred Canvas Created by Ministry to Youth www.ministrytoyouth.com 1 Purpose Lesson 2: Purpose: What s the
Praise for The Imagination Station books Challenge on the Hill of Fire is a great story of courage. It will help kids stay strong in their faith. Tamra B., mother of two Chino, California These books are
WEEK ONE 10.1.2017 1 CORINTHIANS 13:7 (NLT) LOVE NEVER GIVES UP, NEVER LOSES FAITH, IS ALWAYS HOPEFUL, & ENDURES THROUGH EVERY CIRCUMSTANCE. What circumstances make it hard for you to feel loving toward
IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics (September December 2017) Latest Update IELTS Speaking Part 2 & 1.Describe a person you know a lot Who is the person is What kind of person he/she is What the person did And
Cambridge Discovery Readers Ask Alice Margaret Johnson American English CEF A2 People in the story Alice: a 14-year-old girl; she writes for the student Web site at her school Lauren: the main writer on
NANCY CARTER Family Member - Carter Family Fold Hiltons, VA * * * Date: February 21, 2009 Location: Carter Family Fold - Hiltons, VA Interviewer: Amy C. Evans, SFA Oral Historian Transcription: Shelley
City & Guilds Qualifications International ESOL Expert level Practice Paper 4 NB Read out the text which is not in italics. Read at normal speed making it sound as much like spoken English (rather than
Celestial Visiting Teaching by Mary C. This skit can be performed with as few as 3 people, up to as many as you like. A four-person presidency could easily do it, with one playing the non-speaking companion
Your Memory Book and Memory Box This book is all about you, so you can enjoy drawing or writing and sticking photographs in it When you feel ready you can start, on any page you like. Your foster carer
From Anna and August, 17 s MOTHER, 40s S FATHER, 40s (, an extremely intelligent girl, is preparing for the most embarrassing Prom of her life.) (to the audience) I was finally going to the senior prom
Becky s Puzzle Problem A Reading A Z Level P Leveled Reader Word Count: 1,157 LEVELED READER P Becky s Puzzle Problem Written by Mary C. Canavan Illustrated by Laura Ferraro Close Visit www.readinga-z.com
Scene I Background music: Lay all your love on me SOPHIE: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! I miss you. Oh, yeah we re ALI: Sophie, Ali, Lisa! We re the greatest, bestest friends! LISA: I m tough! ALI: I m tall!
< New Words I> No word meaning 1 active Energetic and busy check 1st 2nd 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 naughty in no time garage lonesome cozy astound excitement diaper entire sleepyhead scooper whip
6 Being God s Hands and Feet . Lord when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? The King will reply I tell you the truth whatever you did for the least of these
Flora the Dress-up Fairy For Zoë Sarankin, a very good friend of the fairies Special thanks to Narinder Dhami If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that this book is stolen property.
LifeWayStores Biblical Solutions for Life We hope journaling in your Bible will open up a whole new way to spend time with the Lord. It s all about reading and studying the Word and letting it lead you
Advent 13/14 Waiting for a baby to be born Armagh Diocesan Prayer and Spirituality Group Armagh Diocesan Prayer and Spirituality Group Cycle A Introduction Seasons Greetings from the Armagh Diocesan Prayer
Sample Pages from the Draw to Learn Series Copyright Notgrass Company. All rights reserved. To order your copy visit www.notgrass.com or call 1-800-211-8793. Draw to Learn How to Use the Curriculum The
THE FIRST FIREWORKS by ALEX BROUN CHARACTERS SETTING A park bench. TIME New Year s Eve. CAUTION: Professionals and amateurs are hereby warned that The First Fireworks is subject to a royalty. It is fully
Roleplay 1 BOSS is heading to the door, ready to leave. EMPLOYEE walks past him, carrying a drink, looking very exciteable. EMPLOYEE: Hey, where are you going? BOSS: Uh, home..? EMPLOYEE: Aren t you coming
Sample Pages from Objective Tests and Answer Keys for The Indian in the Cupboard A Teaching Pack By Margaret Whisnant All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for classroom use only. Electronic
India #17 It has been two years since you signed up for school. Your family was very angry with you but you can be very stubborn and, in the end, you won. The first year you went to a bridge school that
A Puppet Skit by Tom Smith What Who When Wear (Props) Willie is really excited when he finds a five-dollar bill! But when he finds out that Susie has lost her five-dollar bill, will he do the right thing
Session 24 goals, objectives and the future Keeping track of your goals WHOSE FUTURE GOAL 19: You will learn to keep track of goals and objectives. Hey! By now you ought to be a pretty good goal writer.
INT. S HOUSE - HALLWAY - DAY A cast on her broken arm, 22, tall and pretty leans back against the closed front door behind her., 29, dark hair and handsome moves forwards and stands in front of her, he