Charlie Sonner Edit
Charlie (full name is Charlie Sonner.) is one of the two main characters in the book and television series "Charlie and Lola". Charlie appears in both adaptations as Lola's older brother. He is eight years old, but shows astounding intellegence for children of his age.
In the book and television series, Charlie is seen having blonde hair and pale skin. As for his clothing, he is usually seen wearing a white sweatshirt with different coloured sleeves (although usually seen as blue or green sleeves.) and the word "Charlie" on the shirt written in black or white writing in a rainbow format. (sometimes he wears a different shirt with the middle part not being white, but the sleeves are always a different colour and the word "Charlie" is always visible on the shirt he would be wearing. Charlie sports blackish- dark gray trousers with a white edge at the bottom. He is not seen wearing shoes in the logo, but in the episodes he is sometimes seen wearing blue, green or other coloured shoes.
Throughout the series, Charlie is always encouraging Lola to try out new things. If she refuses, Charlie usually comes up with a game or something that usually gets Lola to try out new things. Whether it'd be a new food or a new book, Charlie always manages to convince Lola one way or another. Besides this, Charlie cares deeply about Lola and always is teaching her new things she is curious about and helps her shen she is sad or angry. Charlie is not usually seen being angry at Lola, although there are times where he is seen to be a bit angry at Lola. (hence in one episode when Lola accidentally broke Charlie's rocket, he got very angry at Lola.) It is also hinted at in episode that Charlie feels very uncomfortable in an untidy/messy atmosphere and perfers being next to cleanliness. Charlie cares a lot about the environment, and supports recycling very much.
- Charlie's best friend in the series appears to be Marv Lowe.
- His favorite television program is Pirate Squid-Bones.
- Charlie is seen to be very creative, as he is often seen to be a quick-thinker when it comes to tricking Lola into trying out new things.