Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
|Author:||Lewis Carroll; Anthony Browne|
Dazzling and inventive Bookseller A visual delight. His style perfectly suits the other-wordly adventures. angels urchins A dazzling anniversary edition... This is the ultimate fantastical read. -- Woking Advertiser Woking Advertiser A dazzling anniversary edition of Lewis Carroll's classic story, illustrated by the award-winning Anthony Browne. Now 150 years old, this timeless, masterpiece is richly visual in its telling and in this edition, Browne's bold illustrations are perfectly paired with the surreal quality of Carroll's writing making this a book to treasure for all ages. -- Aldershot News and Mail Aldershot News and Mail A surreal trip down the rabbit hole. -- The Simple Things The Simple Things Few have managed to reimagine the world of the original as successfully or as beautifully, as Anthony Browne. -- Robert Dunbar Irish Times Anthony Browne's dazzling illustrations are perfectly paired with the surreal quality of Carroll's writing, making this a book to treasure. -- Green Parent Green Parent Alice's adventures continue courtesy of the genius of former Children's Laureate Anthony Browne [...] Browne's full colour illustrations actually manage to heighten the surreal world Alice inhabits. -- Independent Bookshop Week supplement The Guardian Award-winning Anthony Browne, a former Children's Laureate, adds some fresh touches to the classic story of Alice, the little girl finds herself in the middle of the most amazing new adventure when she falls down a rabbit hole. Anthony Browne's fabulous illustrations bring alive the much-loved characters of the White Rabbit, the Red Queen, the Mad Hatter and many more. In brilliant colours and richly imagined scenes he shows off the freshness of Lewis Carroll's masterpiece. Love Reading 4 Kids
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll) was born in 1832. He was an ordained Deacon and an Oxford don. He was also a notable photographer, especially of children, with whom he had a remarkable rapport. It was for one child in particular, Alice Liddell, that the story of Alice was created. Carroll published a sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, in 1871. He died in 1898.