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New York : Dial Books for Young Readers, c2009.
Description:
[32] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Summary:
Lola enlists her classmates in trying to win a recycling competition in which the prize is a live tree to plant.
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Notes:
"Charlie and Lola"--Cover.
Includes poster.
LCCN:
2008010002
ISBN:
0803733356 (trade bdg.)
9780803733350 (trade bdg.)
System Availability:
21
Current Holds:
0
# Local items:
21
Control Number:
890855
Call Number:
C
Course Reserves:
0
# Local items in:
16
# System items in:
16
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Author Notes
Lauren Child (born in 1965 in England) is an English author and illustrator. She is best known for writing the Charlie and Lola books and Clarice Bean novels. Her second book in this series, Clarice Bean Spells Trouble, was shortlisted for the 2005 British Book Awards Children's Book of the Year. A number of spin off books are available based on the scripts of the TV shows, though these were not written or illustrated by Child. Charlie and Lola has been sold throughout the world, and has won many prizes, including BAFTAs in 2007 for Best children's Television Show and Best Script. She writes the Ruby Redfort series. Book six, Blink and You Die, is on the bestseller list. <p> Lauren Child lives in London. (Bowker Author Biography)
Fiction/Biography Profile
Characters
Charlie (Boy), Convinces Lola to recycle her toys
Lola (Girl), Discovers a recycling contest
Genre
Fiction
Juvenile
Humor
Topics
Friendship
Siblings
Recycling
Contests
Brothers and sisters
Nature
Large Cover Image
Trade Reviews

  Publishers Weekly Review

Familiar faces impart a message of conservation, as Charlie and Lola learn the basics of recycling. When Lola declares that she is "throwing everything away," to avoid being messy, Charlie suggests she recycle ("because if we throw everything away, then we will all be completely buried under a massive, huge pile of garbage"). The duo creates a "tree counter," adding new leaves to the branches every time they recycle, and works toward the goal of planting a real tree. Ages 3-5. (Mar.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Summary
After Charlie convinces Lola to recycle her old toys instead of throwing them away, Lola discovers a recycling competition. If she can recycle one hundred plastic, metal, and paper items, she can get her very own real live tree to plant. But she only has two weeks, so Lola decides to ask her classmates to help. They turn out to be extremely very good recyclers indeed. <p>This adventure is printed on FSC-approved paper and includes recycling tips as well as a tree poster just like Lola's, so kids can keep track of their recycling projects and help to save the planet all on their own.<br> <br></p>
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