An absolutely new and completely original Charlie and Lola picture book in paperback, from the award-winning and bestselling author and illustrator, Lauren Child.
Charlie and friend Marv are in search of strange and tricky creatures. And they would like to search without Lola bothering and interrupting. Luckily, Lola knows exactly how to catch strange and tricky creatures and enlists a little bit of help from her invisible friend, Soren Lorensen. (And, of course, one or three drops of pink milk.)
"Child is as visually inventive and verbally dexterous as ever . . . classic." - Guardian
"The Child recipe at its fresh, playful best." - Observer
"A typically exuberant, imaginative whirl of a story." - Angels and Urchins
"Child is second to none when it comes to capturing the imagination of young children." - Daily Express
"A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with Charlie and Lola in the first place." - Junior
Exuberant, imaginative whirl of a story. - Angels & Urchins
Glowing collages, complete with glitter spacesuits and stripy wool jumpers. - Book Fest Guide
Fabulous new story. - Families Magazine
Slightly Invisible will satisfy parents who've been longing for Charlie's Job-like patience with his recalcitrant younger sister to run out. - Guardian
Lauren Child at her best. - Families South West
Child is a rare creature: someone who writes as brilliantly as she illustrates. - Sunday Telegraph
A witty book that reminds us why we fell in love with C&L in the first place. - Junior
I love Lauren Child's work... Slightly Invisible perfectly captures the trials and tribulations of these two beloved characters. - Cape Town Kids
Lauren Child has sold over 3 million books worldwide and is considered one of the most talented children's book author/illustrators working today. She won the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal for I Will Not Ever Never Eat a Tomato, the Nestle Gold Book Award for That Pesky Rat and the Nestle Bronze Book Award for Beware of the Storybook Wolves. Lauren loves designing and making things and finds it exciting to see her drawings turned into objects.