Charlie & Lola: Slightly Invisible + A Complete Set of Seasons 1 & 2 and a Charlie & Lola Play Set

May 9th, 2011 posted by Tami Rose

We have found new friends in Charlie and Lola. Lola is 4 going on 5. She has an imaginary friend named Soren Lorensen and also a real friend named Lotta. Charlie is 7 and has a real best friend named Marv. The story shows the relationship between a brother and sister and how they handle different situations that arise.

In their latest book, Slightly Invisible, Charlie and his friend Marv have invented an invisibility potion to help them find strange and tricky creatures. They would prefer to go on their hunt without Lola pestering them. But that doesn’t sit well with Lola so she asks for help from her imaginary friend, Soren Lorensen. Together they set off to hunt for strange and tricky creatures, too. Looks like the creatures met their match when dealing with Charlie’s little sister! Ages: 3-6 Suggested Retail: US 16.99, CAN $19.00 On Sale: 05/2011

Charlie & Lola: The Absolutely Completely Complete Seasons One and Two 

Now together in one super amazingly terrific box set, the absolutely completely completest collection of Charlie and Lola ever – the complete seasons one and two, fifty-two episodes plus the double-length Christmas special, on eight discs! Lola is four and she will not ever NEVER eat a tomato! Sometimes she is not sleepy and she will not go to bed, and how will she cope when she is really ever so ill and may never smile again? It falls to big brother Charlie to win her around, and he uses every trick in the book – logic, humor, but mostly, the power of the imagination. Using 2D cel animation, paper cutout, fabric design, photomontage and archive footage, all the distinctive style and exuberance of Lauren Child’s award-winning picture books come to life in this enchanting children’s series. Glorious music and sound effects help to conjure up fantastical worlds that only children could invent, while realistic dialogue, voiced by children, ensures these magical adventures really resonate with kids.

Talking Poseable Charlie & Lola Set

These dolls are adorable and have become my daughter’s favorites to play with. She has also adopted Lola’s favorite response of “I’m not small, I am BIG!” (in her best Lola voice) when her older brother won’t allow her to hang out with him.   The Talking Poseable Charlie & Lola Play Set is packaged in a reusable play scene and includes Charlie, standing 12 inches tall, and Lola, measuring 9.5 inches. Kids can bend the arms and legs into any pose for hours of fun. Each character speaks their signature opening line from the book, video and TV episode: “I have this little sister, Lola. She is small and very funny,” says Charlie. Responds Lola, “I’m not small. I am BIG!”. Suggested Retail: 25.00

Tami Rose (98 Posts)

Tami Rose lives in North Carolina with her husband and 2 children. She is always on the lookout for fun, easy crafts that any age group can make. She is the Assistant Administrator on the FamilyCorner.com forums. You can find her there under the username of "ajrsmom". She is also the Assistant Editor for FamilyCorner.com and provides valuable support for the website.


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