3. ieskaites 5. P.D.
ONE FOGGY NIGHT - a short story
Part 2 "This is a missing persons call." Constable Shepton looked at the description that Mrs. Hoskins had just given, then spoke into the microphone again. "The lad's 17, darkish hair, five foot nine and quite thin. He's wearing a dark green bomber jacket. Name Paul Hoskins. The girl's called Melanie Hoardley, age 15, looks older. Blonde shoulder-length hair; wearing jeans and a sort of red anorak. Check all clubs and sea front. Stop any suspicious vehicle within 10 miles." Four police cars had come together beside the harbour. "You don't think they jumped in, do you, copper?" asked one of the on-lookers, who had appeared from nowhere even though it was almost 3 a.m. "I really don't know," said the Inspector. "Now would you please move back. There's nothing to see. This is just a routineinvestigation." "Car PB," said the voice on the radio. "Please check out the eastern Esplanade, as far as the cliffs." ...
Saskaņā ar Carol Aubrey un Karen Ward pētījumu, ”sociāli emocionālās problēmas sākas agrā bērnībā. Bērni, kuriem ir labas sociālās emocijas, var veicināt pozitīvu izturēšanos un