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Charlie and Lola: I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato - Laure ...Fussy Eaters! (851 words)
by tb4ms - written on 24/05/07 (Very useful, 186 readings)
first aired on tv in the autumn of 2005. Charlie is a boy of approximately 7 years with a younger sister called Lola. The creator of Charlie and Lola, Lauren Child has created quite a lot of books in a short space of time, some of which I have listed below: * I absolutely must do colouring-in now! * I am not sleepy and I will NOT go to bed. * Snow is my favourite and my best. * I am TOO absolutely small for school * Whoops! But it wasn t me. ~ The Story ~ The story is told by Charlie. He introduces his sister, Lola descrbing her as small and very funny! He tells the reader that sometimes he has to keep an eye on her and even has to give her her dinner which he ...
Charlie and Lola: I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato - Laure ...Solution for Fussy Eaters (920 words)
by belfin - written on 31/01/07 (Very useful, 188 readings)
on Cbeebies. It is also the first episode on the Series One DVD. *The Author* This book made this author famous by winning a Kate Greenaway medal. Lauren Child has also written and illustrated a number of other books in the series which has been brought to everyone’s attention through the television series for the BBC. *The Story* This story is about a Charlie and Lola. As with all these stories the introduction is the same with Charlie telling the story. “I have this little sister Lola. She is small and very funny.” Charlie is older than Lola and his mum often asks him to lend a hand with her. This time it is to help give her dinner, which can be very ...
I Am Too Absolutely Small for School - Lauren ChildAbsolutely never too big for Charlie and Lola (896 words)
by allybally - written on 13/12/06 (Very useful, 106 readings)
interest to kids older than 6) Number of Pages: 32 Amazon Price: £4.74 RRP: £5.99 *About the Author* (as found in I m no tired...) 39 year old Lauren Child, borne to an Art teacher father grew up in Wiltshire. She studied art at both Manchester Polytechnic and City and Guilds of London Art School although she admits to learning very little during her time there. Shortly after leaving school, Child started a business making exotic lampshades. Child s first writing efforts resulted in the popular Clarice Bean which was published in 1999 and she hasn t looked back since. She has gone on to write over twenty children s books and win a Kate Greenaway Medal for her artwork, ...