A terrible storm has devranged. The students of Sunrise are told to stay at school. But however, what happens when a terrible epidemic breaks out?
This is the coast of Washington in the storm. Terrible, right?
I didn't think it was fair yesterday that nobody believed me, not even my older sister, Snow, or my mother or father. But who am I? I am Anne Leyi Wang--the youngest child in my family.
I am Snow Leqing Wang, Anne's older sister. This is an rotation storyboard created by me, on Storyboard-That. Anne is six years old. I am nine years old. We will take turns telling the story in this storyboard.
School is not going to end. I'm very bored. This is only part one of the story. My turn to tell the story for this cell. So, it started when a terrible storm started. It was expected to blow for six moths. Terrible. We can't go home. It is too dangerous. So we will have to stay at school until the storm is over.
There has been this terrible epidemic of a new disease without a name going around. It is deadly. Many students have already been infected, and some are already dead. My class is the only class that is untouched by this terrible illness. Anne's classmate Isla's friend from Mrs. Rinerson's class is the only person I currenctly know that has died, possible of this disease.
As you see, I ended up crying in my bed last night, because my classmate Liam is dead. My bed is in the library. So it makes sense to see these books. The disease was terrible. I cried until I felt that I had it, too.
I had been trying to take care of Anne all night. It was very werid how she got the disease. She was the only person sleeping in the library! Everyone else sleeps in classrooms, or in the gym, or the portals. But she is the only library girl! How come? I was hoping she won't die. But this is the end of part one of The Storm and the Epidemic. Part two is coming soon!