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My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out (Charlie & Lola)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  254 ratings  ·  13 reviews
At first, Lola does not want her wobbly tooth to ever fall out, but when she learns about the tooth fairy, she wiggles and wobbles her tooth until out it pops! Finally it is time to go to bed—but the tooth has disappeared! Now how will Lola convince the tooth fairy that she really did lose her tooth? Big brother Charlie has just the answer—if Lola has dreams so lovely that ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published July 6th 2006 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Dec 18, 2012 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
Shelves: 2012, childrens, english
Our girls love the Charlie and Lola series on TV, so when they pick out one of the Charlie and Lola books by Lauren Child, I put on my best English accent and try to mimic their voices. The stories are fun and our girls love the characters.

This is a good story that will help to prepare a young child to lose a baby tooth and introduces them to the tooth fairy. We enjoyed reading this story together and our girls didn't groan too much at my attempt to sound English.
Noelle Maryam
Lola's wobbly tooth falls out and she puts it under her pillow. The tooth fairy leaves some money for the tooth and Lola bought a toy giraffe.
In Japan, there is no tooth fairy. We just throw our baby tooth on the roof or under the floor to pray our adult tooth will be good and strong.
My daughter and I love the Charlie and Lola books! Lola reminds me a bit of Eloise from the tv series Eloise.

This one was a gift to my daughter....the day she lost her first tooth we went into town to the book store and picked out this book which I thought was really cool considering she had just lost her first tooth and so did Lola.

I loved that they decided they needed more wobbly teeth to get more animals for the farm at the end of the youngest son did that when he was little and
This is the first book I read for Lauren child. I was very excited because of what my friends said about her books. Also one of my friends sent me her site and it was very well presented.

I read this story quickly and, my first impression, I thought that all the characters in this book were girls!

I did not realize that the character wearing white shirt with blue sleeves was actually a boy until I moved to the next book. I was wondering which books are about charlie? Then I went back to this book
Bridget Gambaiani
Usually I hate books based on TV shows, but this one was an exception. It was a nice conversation starter about how baby teeth fall out. If you are a stickler for grammar skip this one, but the dialog is spot on for how real children speak.
Both of my children loved this book. However, it was especially nice for my daughter to be able to relate to someone else being afraid of losing a tooth. Charlie and Lola books are so fun to read. I've never seen the tv show so can't compare it to that. However, I think that Charlie and Lola are both great characters for children to read about. Charlie is a great older brother. And Lola is so fun and passionate. These books are favourites in our house.
I read this book with a 2nd grade child who is working on her reading skills. Both the student and I enjoyed the story. The story was interesting, humorous, and it flowed smoothly. I am not familiar with Lola and Charlie, but I did enjoy this tooth fairy story.
Sian Taylor
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Brilliant book for young kids. The inventive illustrations and text makes any Charlie and Lola book a firm favourite of my six year old.

Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
This wasn't, in my opinion, one of the better Charlie and Lola stories.
This was one of my favorite Charlie and Lola books.
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Lauren Child grew up in Wiltshire as the middle child of three sisters and the daughter of two teachers. She has always been interested in the many aspects of childhood, from gazing into toy shop windows to watching American children's shows from the 1960s. After attending two Art Schools, where Lauren admits that she did not learn much, she travelled for six months, still unsure about which caree ...more
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