Alice in Wonderland
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the timeless children's story written by Lewis Carroll. Join Alice on her strange and wonderful adventures into the world of the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, and the Hatter. This reproduction includes forty-two illustrations after John Tenniel. Charles Dodgson first told the story to Alice Liddell, age ten, and her two sisters on a picnic trip in 1862. She asked him to write it down for her and although it took him two and a half years, he gave her the finished story in 1864. Dodgson published the book a year later in 1865 under the pen name Lewis Carroll.
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Not Appropriate for ChildrenUser Review - elementaryteacher - Christianbook.com
I don't recommend this book for children. It's confusing. For instance, the queen offers Alice a dry biscuit when she says she is thirsty, and Alice accepts it instead of rejecting something that is ... Read full review
Alice in WonderlandUser Review - amberdoodle - Overstock.com
taking my great niece to see a childrens musical stage version of Alice in Wonderland for her Christmas gift wanted her to read the book before we see the show thought I better read it as well it was a very nive version and interpretation of the book enjoyed the book on the way to Kylee! Read full review