|Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a children's book written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. Alice follows a rabbit in a waist coat in a world that is entirely nonsense and logic and reason don't apply.
Two movies have been adapted by Disney, both called Alice in Wonderland. One, released in 1951, was animated and the second was a live action sequel released in 1996.
I read this book when I was ten and really enjoyed it, but I would recommend it for older readers as well.
I've read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland as part of the book Lewis Caroll's complete works back when I was a teenager and read it again a few years ago. The so-called "Alice in Wonderland" tells the story of a young girl called Alice who falls asleep and has a strange dream in a land based themed on playing cards, and other themes from English culture, and mathematical logic. It has many small anecdotes that are worth reading carefully and the book is worth reading again from time to time.
This book isn't so bad at all,but it feels a little weird 2 me. It's weird 2 me,b/c I'm not used 2 it. I like Disney's version of Alice In Wonderland, because animation is really cool. Disney has an artistic license 2 retell novels,fairytales,myths,etc.
I read this book when I was almost 15 (weird, ha!). It's amazing, fun and I recomend it to everybody! It is just an amazing book.
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