Salty Sam and the Windy Day by Christina Sinclair
  

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Salty Sam and the Windy Day by Christina Sinclair

Salty Sam the lighthouse keeper has no garden in which to put up a washing line, so he ties it down the side of his lighthouse instead. One day the wind is so strong that it blows all of his washing away over the sea. Fortunately, he is helped by his sea-creature friends, who set about collecting it for him. They bring it all back safely.

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Christina Sinclair was born in Surrey. She now works in London as an English teacher. She has had plenty of experience teaching young children to read and finds opening up the fascinating and magical world of books to young eyes a wonderful and rewarding experience.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Christina Sinclair
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Publisher

Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing

Publication date

19th December 2008

ISBN

9781848760196


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