I know what i'll do, I am going to break the Printing Press! Ten Uncle Herbert will get his job back, mom and I will get money, and I will get books!
Why did Johannes do this? What was wrong with the Monks handwriting things?
I am ready to put this plan in action!
Good thing the windows already open. That makes this much easier.
Eventually, I rush to my room and started to think. Finally, I decided what I was going to do.
Did mom notice I was gone?
Without delay, I was planning my attack all night, I would sneak out the front door and into Johannes window, since he was my neighbor afterall. I woke up, grabbed a hammer from my dad’s toolbox, which wasn’t really used anymore, and a black mask.
Will it be well paying? We need enough for daily life and for Heidi’s books. I can’t bear my little girl without reading. She just loves it so much.
“I know, and I am very sorry. But now instead of writing your hands off every day you can deliver the books from the printing press. I am going to message the other monks about this too.
Of course! You will be paid enough for books. But they aren’t worth as much now since they aren’t handwritten, so the cost will go down. Also, maybe since you will work with me I can give you printed books often.
Quickly, I started down the stairs, and out the door. We needed money as soon as possible. I hobbled down the sidewalk, still waking up in my mind. I found the window at his house, thankfully already open a crack. I pushed the rest up and crawled in.
Shortly, I was delighted when I found the machine resting in the room before me. I headed into the next room, when I heard a voice. Not just any voice, my moms. I rushed to the window I came in from, and peered at my mom, Uncle Herbert, and Johannes talking. Based on the conversation, I guessed they were fighting, I should go home, I thought.
It might be a good time to go home.
In a moment, I rushed home and listened to the rest of the conversation. When I heard it, I smiled and ran out to my mom. I hugged her. I guess this invention isn’t so bad afterall.