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By: Pauline Salhi

Sid, the Herring Gull – Book 2

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Living on the rooftop of number forty in Kent is a family of five herring gulls. Sid, his wife, Sas, and their three young daughters, Su, Se and So, give a display of splendour to the world every day. They are very, very talented in singing and dancing.

Sid is extremely protective of his nest and he guards their home every day, especially from the troublesome wind. Sid likes to tell stories and he would like to share his and his family’s adventures with you.

Sid and Sas enjoy living on the rooftop with their family and also like teaching their three young daughters the life skills that they will need to survive. The herring gull has collected a lot of interesting items, especially plastic bags to push into the cracked chimney stack to stop the chimney from hissing out smoke. But one day something weird pops out of the chimney, taking him off guard as it colours the family in an array of plastic outfits.

Read about Sid and his family. The issues he has and he will, I am sure, make you giggle.

This is book 2 of 9 in the series of Sid, the Herring Gull.

Pauline is a mother of five children. She obtained BA in social policy from the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, as a mature student at the age of 53. Prior to studying at the University, Pauline gained a BTEC in early years in Birmingham. Her jobs include care assistant for the elderly and classroom assistant for school children. Pauline was always involved with children, even at the age of 12 when she started babysitting looking after her nieces, nephews and younger sisters. Pauline was born in Norfolk, UK. She is one of eight children born to Molly and Noel King.

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