Ive Won, No Ive Won, No Ive Won by Lauren ChildBeing an ultra-competitive person myself (I want to win at snap, monopoly, cribbage, scrabble, football, tennis, squash - indeed anything!) I can fully understand the competitive instinct that both Lola and Charlie have when they face up to each other in a variety of games.
Charlie sets the scene by telling us that they often play Who can sit still the longest (doesnt sound much fun!) and when they do Lola always has to win. And when she has done, she often shows off by telling Charlie what else she can do. Lola even has to win at drinking pink milk and Charlie asks her But do you have to win at everything Lola? To which she replies, Yep. Ive won.
A game of spoons,a game of snap, at which Lola seems to cheat to win, and a game of snakes and ladders, in which Lola becomes a snake charmer to go up snakes as well as ladders to win, follows before the pair venture to the park for a race which involves a bendy tree, swings, a slide and back to the bench. Charlie is winning hands down but Lola brings in a girls cunning and the final outcome is open to debate. Charlie feels that he has won and says so to which Lola replies, Charlie, you dont have to win all the time, you know.
So off they go home and at bedtime they decide the overall winner will be the first to go to sleep. Charlie asks, Are you asleep yet, Lola? Yes, says Lola and when Charlie queries that answer she replies, I am sleep-talking! And the sleep contest goes on and you know who wins ... Lola whispers, Charlie? Ive won! to which Charlie says, No, Ive won! Please feel free to work it out for yourselves when reading this delightfully illustrated book.
Charlie and Lola Theme Tune testo
Stream Charlie and Lola Theme Tune (Extended Version) [Including Hidden Track It's Snowing ] by Big Steps Little Feet from desktop or your.
boku no hero manga espanol
Customers Who Bought Charlie And Lola (Theme) Also Bought:
Sign In. This is a 1 page sample. You'll receive all 2 pages after purchase.