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3-year-old toddler boy kidnapped at day-care.

Novel By: RomanceLover2016
Mystery and crime


Timmy Miller, cute, adorable, brown haired, hazel eyed, 3-year-old toddler, he loves to laugh, and play, he also loves to eat, he lives in a house in a shaded-tree line neighborhood with his mother, Miriam Miller, in a town called Arcadia, until something happened to him. View table of contents...


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Submitted:May 10, 2013    Reads: 12    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Prolog.

Something is about to happen to a 3-year-old toddler boy.

Chapter 1.

on a clear sunny day in arcadia, a 3-year-old boy named Timmy was playing with his toy ball in the front yard of his house, when his mother Miriam Miller came on the front porch.

"Timmy, we better go or we'll be late", Miriam said.

"Ok, Mommy", Timmy replied.

Timmy and Miriam started walking down the sidewalk toward a Day-Care place, Meanwhile at another house, a woman named Helen Anderson had just gotten over a loss of her own baby boy, she decided to go for a walk, she went out of her house, and started walking down the sidewalk toward the same Day-Care. Meanwhile Miriam had just dropped Timmy off at Day-Care, while she went off to work, about an hour later, Timmy was outside playing with the other children at the Day-Care playground, while the Day-Care worker was talking to another woman, while Helen Anderson was still walking down the sidewalk, when she stopped behind a chain-linked fence, she watched the other children, laughing and playing, she smiled at them, while she was looking at them, a ball went over the chain-linked fence and landed where Helen was at, she picked the ball up, looked and saw Timmy looking at her.

"Can i have the ball back?", Timmy asked.

"Ok", Helen answered as she gave him the ball.

"Thanks", Timmy said as he threw the ball back to the other boys.

"I've some chocolate chip cookies, do you want to come with me?", Helen asked.

"Ok", Timmy answered.

Helen picked Timmy up, she pulled him over the fence, took him by the hand, and took him away from the Day-Care.





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