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Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carrol Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 

I’ve just finished Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carrol, because it was so short! I enjoyed it more than I thought I would, surprisingly. 

3 Stars!

Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland fulfils the challenges of:


* Reading Rivalry, for a book about children because Alice is a child and we’re seeing the events of the novel through her eyes! - https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=reading%20rivalry,

* Popsugar 2018 Challenge - A childhood classic that I’ve never read - https://www.popsugar.co.uk/smart-living/Reading-Challenge-2018-44211686

• Book Bingo on Facebook! It completed the goal of reading a book about travel because Alice travels to Wonderland. There’s quite a long section describing her decent into Wonderland even. ://m.facebook.com/events/1442935242483308

It’s a children’s book so it’s okay for anyone of any age to read! 

The characters of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland are very unique. You won’t find a talking Dormouse or Cheshire Cat in just any story. Alice is a very curious little girl, and I laughed while reading some parts of this, too! 

The animated Disney film follows the original story quite closely. There were only a few parts that I didn’t recognise from the movie. 

I’m not going to write anything more because it’s such a short book and a children’s book at that, it’s quite easy to just pick up and read one afternoon, like I’ve done today. I will say that Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland brings together prose and poetry in a way that I didn’t find annoying. I appreciated this! 


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