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Illustrated Alice

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About this book

Story collections
Illustrated Alice

  • A charming collection of Lewis Carroll’s famously quirky stories retold for younger readers.
  • Contains Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking Glass and a selection of Carroll’s best-loved nonsense poetry.
  • Delightfully illustrated by Mauro Evangelista.
  • Readers can listen to some of the poems and visit websites to find out more at the Usborne Quicklinks Website.

Press Reviews

Rich with charm and presented in gentle colours, this is a warm and friendly welcome to wonderland. The book includes retellings of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass ending with a potted biography of Lewis Carroll and a collection of his famous nonsense poetry. A great way to introduce your child to all things Alice.
Junior Magazine

Reader Reviews

Great Introduction to Alice in Wonderland
At first glance, my son said "It's a girls book' but after reading the first 3 chapters for him - he was interested enough to finish it by himself. Great way to get children interested in the classics.

Kathleen, 10th July 2011

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