Welcome to the third installation in this series of tea scenes from children's books. Last time, the little old lady in Julia Donaldson's A Squash and a Squeeze, Madlenka in Peter Sis's Madlenka, James Marshall's George, Philip C. Stead's Amos McGee and friends, and Russell Hoban's Frances enjoyed tea. Find out who the characters were in the first post here.
Lola in Slightly Invisible, by Lauren Child
Lola, Charlie, a strange and tricky creature, and Marv in Slightly Invisible, by Lauren Child
Lilly at a tea party to which Julius is not invited in Julius, the Baby of the World, by Kevin Henkes
A tea merchant and a scholar drinking tea in Stone Soup, retold and illustrated by Jon J Muth
If your favorite children's book has a tea scene and is not listed here or in Tea in Books II or Tea in Books I, please let me know in a comment.