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Alice Through the Looking-Glass Paperback – 6 Oct 2008
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"* "Helen Oxenbury, who won the Kate Greenaway medal in 1999 for her illustrated Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, again brings the absurdities, eccentricities and spirited satire of Carroll's classic thrillingly to life." The Guardian"
A classic much-loved tale is vividly brought to life in the beautiful illustrations of the award-winning artist Helen Oxenbury.See all Product description
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Alice goes to bed and finds out that she can travel through her dreams! Travel with Alice through the strange world called " REFLECTION ".
This is one of my favourite books. I like this book because he uses these words mimes, door post, natural, and curiously. I also like the way Lewis Carol expressed and thought what the characters were going to say. This book would be for 8 and over.
The interweaving of the Nursery Rhyme Characters and the frequent fish poetry references does provide more continuity and a sense of sequential events than Alice's first adventure. I also appreciated the linking of the cat at the beginning and end of the story.
It does still feel like Carroll did way too many opium pipes in his time.
(First written as Journal Reading Notes in 1999.)
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A beautiful classic story with brilliant illustrations.Published 11 months ago by Irina Goncherenko