Does Anybody Love Me? by Gilliam Lobel

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Messy, boisterous Charlie means well, but she keeps upsetting her parents. Her chocolate pudding, made with crumbly dirt, pebbles, and sand, needed a little water from the kitchen sink. But she stirred it a little too vigorously, and then Dad showed up.

    Charlie is adventuresome and determined, but she and Panda need a speedy rescue and scolding when they finally run away from home. Charming Charlie finds a friend in her grandpa in this very memorable story!

    Does Anybody Love Me? is Gillian Lobel’s third picture-book story. Artist Rosalind Beardshaw is the winner of a Kate Greenaway Award for illustration.


About Gilliam Lobel

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Gillian Lobel is a Good Books author. Rosalind Beardshaw is the author and/or illustrator of many wonderful books for children, including "Fran's Friend," She lives in England.
Published January 18, 2002 by Lion Children's Books. 25 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With Panda the stuffed bear as her silent ally, Charlie decides to run away to “somewhere nice .

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Mildly admonished by Dad and Mom after mucking up the kitchen (by making mud pudding) and flooding the bathroom (by creating tidal waves in the sink), a girl named Charlie decides to light out for "somewhere nice…where there's no cross people."

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