A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about sibling rivalry and the power of make-believe play, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.
A classic Charlie and Lola picture book from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.
Charlie and his friend Marv are in search of strange and tricky creatures. They would like to search without Charlie's little sister Lola bothering them. But Lola wants to join in.
Luckily, Lola and her invisible friend, Soren Lorensen, know exactly how to catch strange and tricky creatures. All they need is a tea set, a little cart and a rabbit. (And, of course, one or three drops of pink milk.)
This hilariously inventive tale will encourage your little ones to go on their own imaginative, make-believe adventures. (As well as striking a chord with frustrated siblings everywhere!)
"A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with Charlie and Lola" - Junior
"Lauren Child is a rare creature: someone who writes as brilliantly as she illustrates" - Sunday Telegraph
Exuberant, imaginative whirl of a story. — Angels & Urchins
Glowing collages, complete with glitter spacesuits and stripy wool jumpers. — Book Fest Guide
Fabulous new story. — Families Magazine
Slightly Invisible will satisfy parents who've been longing for Charlie's Job-like patience with his recalcitrant younger sister to run out. — Guardian
Lauren Child at her best. — Families South West
Child is a rare creature: someone who writes as brilliantly as she illustrates. — Sunday Telegraph
A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with C&L in the first place. — Junior
I love Lauren Child's work... Slightly Invisible perfectly captures the trials and tribulations of these two beloved characters. — Cape Town Kids
A beautiful story for kids. — Woman
a witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with Charlie and Lola in the first place. — Junior
You can't beat a Charlie and Lola. — Bournemouth Daily Echo
Funny story about the power of imagination is, as usual, complemented by Lauren Child's excellent collage illustrations. — Scotsman
As entertaining as ever. — Cork Evening Echo