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It’s always hard to say goodbye to a friend. With dazzling undersea pictures and a text full of heart and wit, Charles Fuge and Jane Clarke capture that sad feeling perfectly—and offer plenty of comfort, too.
Ever since Gilbert the Great White Shark was a tiny pup, Raymond the Remora stuck to him like glue. Then, one day, Gilbert’s friend moves away. Nothing can console Gilbert—until he meets Rita, a disconsolate remora who has lost her shark. "I'd love to stick around with you," she smiles, as sunlight dances in her eyes. And that is the start of a beautiful new friendship.
Jane Clarke began writing poems and stories after she became a library assistant at Antwerp International School. She is now a full-time writer of books for children. Learn more about Jane Clarke at janeclarke.co.uk. She lives in Kent, England.
Charles Fuge is an award-winning author and artist who has been writing and illustrating since 1988. Charles is the illustrator of the Kate Greenaway short-listed Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball by Vicki Churchill. His other books include Found You, Little Wombat!, It’s a Monster Party, My Dad!, and I Know a Rhino, all published by Sterling. He lives in Dorset, England.