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Charlie & Lola 5 books & 5 cd's in ziplock bag, just £6.99 @ thebookpeople
Charlie & Lola 5 books & 5 cd's in ziplock bag, just £6.99 @ thebookpeople

Charlie & Lola 5 books & 5 cd's in ziplock bag, just £6.99 @ thebookpeople

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Would make a lovely present - my 5 year old daughter loves Charlie and Lola. Save £33 on RRP.

This paperback selection features five brilliant Charlie and Lola books, each accompanied by a CD featuring the original voice recordings, music and sounds from the TV show. Follow the irrepressible Lola as she deals with the ups and downs of life under the ever watchful guidance of big brother Charlie. Hugely popular, these delightful stories are an absolute must for every home.

Set titles and authors :
My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out
Whoops! But it Wasn't Me
Snow is My Favourite and My Best
We Honestly Can Look After Your Dog
I've Won. No I've Won, No I've Won


Free delivery too, using attached code

7 Comments

Thanks Becci..voted hot an excellent find

Don't forget Quidco @ 5%
and there is a free delivery code 163-PP

i bought these and they are great if you know a charlie and lola/lauren child fan.

hot, hot, hot

I was about to post the same deal. Fantastic value, especially with free delivery. Also available as a gift set of 5 hardback books and 1 CD for £9.99

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Personally, I prefer the paperbacks. Not just because they are cheaper but also because they're easier for kids to handle and they're safer too - the hardbacks have very sharp corners/edges.

By the way, I couldn't find the The BookPeople on Quidco. I know they used to be listed, but I don't think they do Quidco anymore!

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By the way, I couldn't find the The BookPeople on Quidco. I know they … By the way, I couldn't find the The BookPeople on Quidco. I know they used to be listed, but I don't think they do Quidco anymore!



Sorry, I've got that wrong! The Book People still do cashback, it's the Bookdepository that don't. Well, missed out on that then. But it's still an unbeatable offer!

Excellent deal. Will make a great xmas pressie!

Some people are already selling these books on eBay for £20 odd pounds plus postage. Am I the only one to think this is unethical? It's one thing to mark up wholesale products that are not available to the public but it's obvious that these books originate from The Book People. How would you feel if you bought these books for £20 and the next day you found out that they were available for just £6.99 somewhere else? Ripped-off, that's how! Not to mention the fact that some genuine retail customers will lose out on a great deal due to greedy people buying up cheap stock with the intent to sell on and make a profit. I'm sorry but it just doesn't seem right to me. It also defeats the purpose of The Book People to bring cheap books to the end user.
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