Charlie has this little sister, Lola. Lola says, 'I love drawing and scribbling and cutting and sticking and painting and colouring'. With lots of pictures to colour in, finish and even create, this activity book provides budding artists with plenty of inspiration and lots of ideas so they can be just l ...Show more
A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about fussy eating from Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Lola will not peas. In fact she won't eat carrots, potatoes, mushrooms, cabbage or baked beans. And she will absolutely not ever NEVER eat a tomato. But when Charlie explains that peas are actually green d ...Show more
Charlie has this little sister Lola. Lola's best friend Lotta has an extremely soft and VERY fluffy new coat, and Lola really wants to borrow it. Lola says, 'I will be especially VERY careful . . .' Look out for Look after YOUR planet and Please may I have SOME of yours? and It is extremely IMPORTANT to ...Show more
A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about tricky bedtimes from Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Charlie has this little sister Lola. Sometimes he has to try and get her off to bed. This is a hard job because Lola likes to stay up late... Lola says, "I am not slightly sleepy at 6 or 7 or 8. I am s ...Show more
Korean edition of "I'm Really Ever So Not Well (Charlie and Lola)" by Lauren Child, the winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal for 'I Will Never Not Ever Eat A Tomato'. Translated by Kim Nan Ryeong.
Poor Lola - she's got a nasty cold and is feeling really ever so not well. So her big brother, Charlie, explains all about the germs that are making her feel ill, and thinks of all sorts of ideas to try to cheer her up. Soon Lola's feeling much, much better! The CD contains two readings of this bestse ...Show more
Charlie has this little sister Lola...and she is always very extremely busy. Join in the fun with this colouring book, full of pictures to complete using paints, pens, sticky paper - or even feathers and sequins.
Lola always has to win at everything. She can run faster than a speedy cheetah, bounce higher than a kangaroo and drink pink milk faster than Charlie. But when Charlie genuinely beats her in a race, it isn't long before Lola actually realizes that taking part is just as much fun as winning!
Lola is clearing out some of her old things because she does not want her bedroom to ever get as messy and pongy as Marv's older brother Marty's bedroom - yuk! Charlie persuades Lola that instead of throwing her things away, she should recycle them. 'Recycle it? What is that?' asks Lola. With a bit of h ...Show more
The companion book to the TV animation and featuring Lauren Child's popular characters, Charlie and Lola. Charlie's little sister Lola is throwing everything away. 'Why don't you recycle it?' says Charlie. And Lola says, 'Recycle it? What is that?' Learn with Lola how to look after our planet. Cont ...Show more
A wonderful Charlie and Lola story! Lola and Lotta are BEST friends. They do absolutely completely everything together, like eating lunch, playing in the sandpit and going in pairs. But when a new girl, Evie, arrives in their class, Lotta starts spending all her time with her, and not Lola. Everything ...Show more
Charlie and Lola, first seen in "I Will Not Ever Never Eat a Tomato", are stars of the screen, page, and now audio. First aired on prime time children's BBC in October 2005 and now available on DVD, Charlie and Lola are enjoying superstardom! The fabulous audio collection contains five classic Charlie a ...Show more