Beloved siblings Charlie and Lola are back — on a quest to find Lola’s version of the perfect dog, which seems suspiciously un-doglike.
At the moment, all Lola can talk about is dogs. She says she would like one more than anything you could think of. “More than a squirrel or an actual fox,” she says. Sometimes she pretends to be a dog. And sometimes she pretends that her brother, Charlie, is a dog. The two of them love to talk about what sort of dog they would choose if Mom and Dad didn’t always say, “ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS!” Dad says he’ll take Lola to the pet store to choose a rabbit, but Lola insists that she only wants a dog, an extremely furry dog with a wiggly nose, a puffy tail, and nice ears. . . . Fans old and new will cotton to this humorous Charlie and Lola adventure sure to please any child who ever longed for the ideal pet.
In this new installment of Child’s popular series, Charlie and his imaginative younger sister, Lola, dream about owning a new dog…Charlie’s response to his sister’s wild ideas models patience and encourages creative thinking. A playful twist on an everyday adventure about choosing a new pet. —Kirkus Reviews
A pleasing selection for storytime or one-on-one enjoyment. Recommended for most collections. —School Library Journal
Both siblings are loveable and loving, and they serve as the ideal storybook chums for young readers. Dog envy can hit hard; luckily A Dog with Nice Ears has already found you. —BookPage