Missing Mooch

by Gilles Gauthier

illustrated by Pierre-André Derome

translated by Sarah Cummins

Carl is on his way to his summer holidays on the Magdalen Islands, where he and his old dog Mooch had so much fun.
Carl is on his way to his summer holidays on the Magdalen Islands, where he and his old dog Mooch had so much fun.
This time Carl is going with his friend Gary and Gary's dog Dumpling. Terrified of everything, Dumpling clings tightly to Gary.
Carl can't help remembering his noble and magnificent Mooch.
The more ridiculous Dumpling becomes, the more Carl is convinced that he has to do something to honour Mooch's life.
This is a book about friendship, courage and grief.

About the Authors

Gilles Gauthier

GILLES GAUTHIER is an author and playwright for young people, and he has received many awards. Three of the book in the Mooch series have been selected for the Canadian Childrens Book Centre "Our Choice" award. He is also the author of four Mikey Mite stories.'

Pierre-André Derome

PIERRE-ANDRE DEROME works as a graphic designer for a Quebec publishing house specialising in childrens books.'

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