Charlie and Lola
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 she smiles while she sleeps, the tooth fairy will be able to see for herself!
It’s so very easy for Charlie to scare his little sister, Lola . . . but just once, Lola wants to make Charlie jump. Lola tries absolutely everything she can think of, including practical jokes, dressing up like a creepy ghost, and telling a really scary story. But no matter what she does, nothing seems to work! Will Lola ever make Charlie jump?
Charlie and Lola are trying their best to beat the summer heat, but things go from hot to boiling when Lola refuses to talk to her neighbor, Arnold Wolf. He accidentally knocked her ice cream to the ground and won't apologize. Now Lola says that she will not ever, NEVER forgive him. Can Charlie help Lola change her mind?
Lola wants to buy Lotta a special birthday present and thinks up all sorts of imaginative gifts, like a musical jump rope or wings so Lotta can fly. After Charlie reminds Lola that a good present is one Lotta can actually use and that actually exists, Lola settles on buying a doctor's kit. Trouble is, now Lola wants the present for herself!
Lola is convinced that this is the year that she?ll finally be tall enough to ride the ?Super Duper Loop-the-Looper? rollercoaster. But when Charlie measures her on a growth chart, it shows that she?s still too small. Lola tries everything she can think of to make herself bigger, but nothing does the trick. Will Lola be stuck going on kiddie rides forever?