After a tumble down the rabbit hole, Alice finds herself far away from home in the absurd world of Wonderland. As mind-bending as it is delightful, Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel is pure magic for young and old alike. ...
|Title||:||Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland #1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||96 pages|
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland #1) Reviews
"We're all mad here"
I'm not going to insult your intelligence by giving a plot summary for this book as I think every person on the planet knows the premise. However, for the sake of completion and satisfying my OCD tendencies... Alice is a young girl who falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world, meeting lots of weird and peculiar characters. And that's it.
Well, the Mad Hatter isn't wrong. I started this book excited at the premise of reading a classic that I don't recall ever having rea ...more
“I can’t explain myself, I’m afraid, sir,’ said Alice, ‘because I’m not myself, you see.”
Reading this was a lot more fun that I thought! A lot of scenes reminded me of the Disney movie, but that wasn’t a problem – although I missed the singing flowers – both the movie and the book tell a great whimsical and silly story. The ending was a bit meh, but I liked how Alice stood her ground admits all the craziness and the characters of Wonderland.
Definitely an amusing children’s classic worth read ...more
Estoy enamorada de esta edición de Alicia en el país de las maravillas. Es absolutamente hermosa, con ilustraciones esplendidas.
Amé profundamente haberme introducido en este mundo tan delirante. Es una historia sin una pizca de lógica pero que gracias a eso te hace pasar momentos tremendos, llenos de risas y confusión.
La verdad es que hace meses que tengo el libro en mis estanterías pero no me animaba a comenzarlo porque escuché opiniones muy variadas. Nunca vi la película así que tampoco tení ...more
Why Alice! What Adventures you have had?
Happy, fun, perilous, enlightening, sometimes sad
A man, in a Hat, scatty, as a rabid bat
A Mouse, a crazy Hare, and Twins that are Fat
A Nasty Cook, and a Grinning Cheshire Cat
A Tea Party, a Catapiller smoking a Hookah, a Mushroom, one side makes her Tall
The other side of the Mushroom, makes her Small
An invitation, from a Fishfootman, and a very tired Dormouse
The Cheshire Cat appears in a tree, directing Alice to the March Hare's House🐯👍
I Loved it! No wonder it's such a popular choice and so highly talked about! It's fun, whimsical, quirky and just an all around delightful read. It just made me feel good and happy like talking to an old friend. There is no disputing that this belongs in the GREAT Classics category! Believe the hype!
I think it was a good choice for me to reread one of my favorite childhood stories before I read the one I really wanted to: Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.
When I was a little girl I LOVED the Disney movie and, since this book has some different aspects, it is no wonder I find the movie to be better.
However, it was still a really enjoyable ride everytime I read it.
Everlasting quotes are the reason this book is classic, and I love them all!
I have always wondered what inspir ...more
I'd read Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland a few years ago; however, I just felt like picking it up again and I'm glad I did. I don't know why, but I enjoyed Alice's observations and the humor more this time. There's also something that's fun and a bit surprising when we're reading something (like Peter Pan or The Wizard of Oz) we thought we knew really well (because we've been exposed to the stories for so long even if we haven't read the actual story). I know my ratings are alwa ...more
I really enjoyed this, and being read by Michael York and a distinctive touch.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is popularly known to many as a children's book, and Lewis Carroll admitted to writing it for the little girls of the Dean of the college he taught at. A quote from C. S. Lewis, in The Three Ways of Writing For Children (1952), "A children's story which is enjoyed only by children is a bad children's story. The good ones last, because a children's story is the best art-form for somethi ...more