An Apple Books Classic edition.
Fall down the proverbial rabbit hole with Alice, the intrepid heroine of Lewis Carroll’s classic fantasy! When Alice spies a talking rabbit, she can’t resist following him into his hole - winding up in Wonderland, a nonsensical land of magical potions and never-ending tea parties. We accompany Alice on a journey that leads her to meet a grinning and elusive Cheshire Cat, a Mad Hatter, and, of course, the cruel, maniacal Queen of Hearts.
Is Alice and every other inhabitant of Wonderland mad? Or is it just a daydream? For over 100 years, children have come under the spell of Carroll’s topsy-turvy world, and adults have debated the meaning of the mathematician turned author’s feverish story. Visit Wonderland alongside Alice and find out why so many generations become “curiouser and curiouser” with each reading.
A curious make believe tale of a little girl. The strange creatures she encountered and talked with let your imagination run wild picturing them all. Even knowing it to be just a dream it keeps your attention until the end. Classic tale indeed.55
Can’t feel her legs when MalachiCampbell touches RavenMagee or makes love to her55
This book was an amazing ride from beginning to end! After watching the Disney version (which is actually my favorite Disney movie) I so wanted to read the book. My only problem is when on page 159 it says "IF you don’t know what a Gryphon is, look at the picture." Except there is no picture.55
Very good but no speak English55
Such a fun and silly little book! The confusion and nonsense of wonderland really makes you think while you’re reading, but it is a still a really fun experience. However, the little moral put in the end didn’t seem to fit, it just seemed too quick. Overall, a great little book, good for children although it may be confusing. 4.5 stars55
noice but some parts were hard to understand45
I loved it and it was awesome55
RESPECT THE VETS55
I always loved my classics.55
I can only describe this book as read as zany, unique and fun. The reader should approach the book earnestly but devoid of seriousness. The experience of reading Alice in Wonderland is similar to attempting to share a dream that your had during a nap. Each character that Alice interacted with taught her a lesson and challenged her maturity. As an adult reader, I especially enjoyed the logic of the Caterpillar and the Cheshire Cat. A pleasant read!45