An engaging story about the ups and downs of friendship. Nida and Jack live next-door to each other and play in each other's gardens. But one day the friends fall out and it takes something a little scary to bring them back together! Clara Vulliamy says of Two Friends, "While I was making this book I noticed that parents are often telling their children to 'play nicely' and to share; but we forget that it's not always so very easy. I sympathize with both the children in this story! But having fallen out and made up again, Nida and Jack are firmer friends than ever, and I felt somehow very sure they would wake up the next morning all set for loads more fun together."
Clara Vulliamy studied Fine Art at The Royal Academy. Her illustrations have appeared in many leading publications, including The Guardian, for whose Women's Page she drew a year-long cartoon strip. Her illustrated children's books include Ellen and Penguin and the New Baby and If I Were Bigger than Anyone, which is a title in the Walker Maths Together series. The daughter of the distinguished illustrator Shirley Hughes, Clara is married and lives in west London.