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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2010

    just ok

    story was a little weird and the first book I got was torn

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2006

    A whole new world

    If you thought you knew the childhood favorite Alice in Wonderland, your sadly mistaken. The new and improved book Alice¿s Adventures in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll is a completely different world. From the pictures to the characters there are similarities and differences. Its like reading a book and then going to the movies and seeing it. When you read the book you get to imagine everything the way you want and then you go to the movies and you see completely different things. Just as this book, in the children¿s book things are colored out and everything¿s happy. In the one by Lewis Carroll, the pictures are different from what I remember. For me that just throws everything off. I¿ve already seen it one way in the book, and that¿s the way it should be in my mind. You still have most of the same main characters. Of course there is Alice, the Queen, the white rabbit, the mad hatter, and the caterpillar, while on the other hand there is a mouse, a dodo bird, a lizard, a fish-footman, and a frog-footman. This book sends you into a whole new world letting your imagination run wild. Alice gets sent threw this world of crazy characters and nonsense. Your with alice every step of the way as she enters another world where anything goes. One minute your two feet tall, then you shoot up to a mile high just by eating a mushroom. You also experience an interesting game of croquet with the Queen and men made out of cards, while using flamingo¿s as putts. Alice meets all kinds of new people and animals, but in the end turns out to be just a dream. So ask yourself are you ready to enter a whole new universe and let your mind run free? Personally I did not like this newer version of Alice and Wonderland. I¿ve read it before and know exactly how everything should look and that¿s the version I will stick with.

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    Posted December 6, 2009

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