Whoops! but it Wasn't Me by
  

Synopsis

Whoops! but it Wasn't Me by

Charlie and Lola, first seen in I Will Not Ever NEVER Eat a Tomato, are stars of the screen and page - and now their adventures are available as book and CD packs featuring the voices of the children in the TV series. When Charlie brings a rocket home from school, which is the best thing he has ever made, he warns Lola not to touch it, as it is extremely breakable. But this is a challenge Lola just can't resist! It takes her some time to learn that, although it can be hard, you have to tell the truth. An utterly brilliant audio adaptation and a perfect accompaniment to the hit BBC show, now also available on DVD.

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Lauren Child is so good, it's exhilirating Independent An irresistibly comic duo Sunday Telegraph Wildly imaginative Guardian

About the Author

Lauren Child is the multi-talented prize-winning creator of the characters Charlie and Lola and Clarice Bean. She has won the Smarties Gold Award, Smarties Bronze Award, Kate Greenaway Medal and has been shortlisted for the Children's Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. Lauren lives in London.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains CD-Audio and Paperback
32 pages
Running Time: 20 minutes
Interest Age: From 4

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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd August 2007

ISBN

9780141807430


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