Charlie and Lola: You Can Be My Friend - Lauren Child Reviews
Description:ISBN 0448448408 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Lauren Child / Paperback / Reading Level: Ages 4-8 / 24 Pages / Book is published 2007-12-27 by Grosset & Dunlap
Newest Review: ... being nice and making friends with others even if you are very different. The story appeals to my three children, aged 6, 4 ... more
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by - written on 08/05/13 (Useful, 33 readings)
m"You can be my friend" is based around Lola making friends with Morten. Her brother Charlie is best friends with Morten's brother, Marv. One day, Marv comes to play with Charlie and brings Morten to play with Lola who is originally not very sure but eventually makes friends with him. Like all C&L books, this book has a message within the story - this one is about being nice and making friends with others even if you are very different. The story appeals to my three children, aged 6, 4 and 2, and has lovely colourful illustrations. However, it is slightly less imaginative than some of the other C&L books we own - there are less wild ideas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Charlie And Lola are a brother and sister who get up to all sorts of fun and mischief together and whose stories normally focus around big brother Charlie teaching little sister Lola important lessons in life. With a popular animated T.V series and a whole host of merchandising, the pair have gone on to make creator, Lauren Child, a whole shed-load of money and are enjoyed by children and parents alike! You Can Be My Friend sees Lola being introduced to the little brother of Charlie's berst mate, Marv, for the very first time! Morten is very quiet and more than a little shy. All Lola's efforts to get him to play or to talk to her are met with frustration and ... Read the complete review