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How Alice falls down the rabbit hole and the extraordinary world where nothing is quite as it at first seems, is a classic children’s book whose influence has been felt for over a century. This unabridged edition is beautifully produced in an almost pocket sized edition with an attractive cover capturing the famous Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
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From Philip Pullman: "Indispensable. The great classic beginning of English children's literature."
If you love a good story, then look no further. Oxford Children's Classics bring together the most unforgettable stories ever told. They're books to treasure and return to again and again.
When Alice follows the white rabbit down the rabbit-hole, she finds herself in the most unusual of places. Here is a strange world of mad tea parties, disappearing cats, and a Queen of Hearts who, convinced that Alice has stolen her tarts, wants to cut off her head! How, oh how, is Alice ever going to find her way home?
Publication date: 02/04/2015
Publisher: Puffin Books an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd
Publication date: 26/02/2015
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan
Publication date: 02/08/2012
Publisher: Vintage Classics an imprint of Vintage
Publication date: 05/03/2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press
|Publication date:||5th March 2009|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 9+ readers|
Lewis Carroll was born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson on January 27, 1832, the eldest son and third of eleven children born to Frances Jane Lutwidge and the Reverend Charles Dodgson. Carroll had a happy childhood. His mother was patient and gentle, and his father, despite his religious duties, tutored all his children and raised them to be good people. Carroll frequently made up games and wrote stories and poems, some of which were similar to his later published works, for his seven sisters and three brothers. He was educated at Richmond School in Yorkshire, Rugby School and Christ Church, Oxford. Although his years ...More About Lewis Carroll
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