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Charlie and Lola: Slightly Invisible

Charlie and Lola: Slightly Invisible

A classic Charlie and Lola story from Children’s Laureate Lauren Child. In a brilliant board book, perfect for younger readers!

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.)

With a gentle message about learning to play together, this hilariously inventive tale will encourage children to go on their own make-believe adventures!

‘A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with Charlie and Lola.’ Junior
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Picture Books, Activity Books & Early Learning Material / Picture Books / Baby Books

On Sale: 4th September 2014

Price: £5.99

ISBN-13: 9781408326114


A joyful tale of tricky creatures and sibling affections
This funny story about the power of imagination is, as usual, complemente by Lauren Child's excellent collage illustrations. The quirky layout of the text melds to two into a fun-filled whole
The Scotsman
Child is second to none when it comes to capturing the imagination of young children
Daily Express
The much-anticipated return of the hugely loved brother and sister team will bring a great number of smiles to a multitude of children this Christmas
Families Online
A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with C&L in the first place
Child is as visually inventive and verbally dexterous as ever in this sophisticated and complex book about friendship of all kinds
The Guardian
Make believe at its very best
Books Quarterly (Waterstones)
Child is a rare creature: someone who writes as well as she illustrates
Anthony Browne, The Sunday telegraph
The Child recipe at its fresh, playful best
The Observer
A typically exuberant, imaginative whirl of a story
Angels & Urchins