Jim has a kind nature, but he is getting most of James's attention now and the seagull has become jealous. She tries all types of tricks to get Jim in big trouble. One day a neighbor's cat was sizing the seagull up for a tasty meal, when Jim came through like a super dog and rescued the seagull from the jaws of death.
From that time on they became friends. As James's mother says, "It pays to have friends. You never know when you may need them."
This wonderful children's story with a message shows just how harmful jealousy can be, and is another in the James and the Naughty Seagull series.
Lynne Pickering is an internationally renowned artist. She has sold over five thousand paintings in more than thirty countries. She worked as an international finance broker arranging funding for projects from high-rise offices to resorts, and lives with her family in Queensland, Australia. She writes thrillers as well as children's books. "We had a childcare centre and the children loved stories about bears. This story was written to enlighten children through story telling about animals, showing that bad behavior will win no friends, and it can be fun to be good."
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/LynnePickering