I am Really, Really Concentrating by


I am Really, Really Concentrating by

Lola is very excited because it's Sports Day at school. Lola practises the egg-and-spoon race again and again so she can get it absolutely extremely perfect. Charlie says, 'You just have to concentrate, Lola!'. But will Lola win the race on the big day?

About the Author

Based on the award-winning books by Lauren Child, Charlie and Lola is now a huge international hit. Lauren is also the multi-talented prize-winning creator of Clarice Bean and the co-creator of the widely acclaimed The Princess and the Pea. Lauren lives in London. Charlie and Lola is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions, one of the UK's most successful and prolific independent television producers of shows such as Robin Hood and The Catherine Tate Show.

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Board book
26 pages
Interest Age: To 3


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Publication date

7th May 2009



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