Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll & John Tenniel

Alice in Wonderland

Author: Lewis Carroll & John Tenniel

  • Publication Date: 2011-03-24
  • Category: Fantasy
4.5 Score: 4.5
(From 132 Ratings)


This book features the original text and illustrations with information about humor, nonsense, word play, wit, Tom Swifty, song parodies, and the sources for all original poems. 

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It is the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world (Wonderland) populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures.

It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Note next to the text provide amazing amazing information about what is happening within the book.


  • It’s a good fine book!

    By Aya granger
    I love this story it’s fun reading it but why did I rate it 3 stars? It’s because first for me 3 stars means a good book four amazing 5 it’s the best now this is a good one because I’m not a real fan of fictional stories this is all fiction but it’s fun but also it’s sometimes not that interesting but fun to read something like that about magic and stuff and you can call it also a mystery story!!! Why? Because sometimes when she wants to do something it’s like she wants to solve the mystery if it so I would think what would she do and stuff and I love mystery books this is not completely mystery but you know.....I still like this book!
  • Distorted reality

    By cci_now_here
    A very intriguing reading in which the author plays with the readers imagination. A fascinating journey of a wonderful wander-land.
  • Abridged

    By pdx tech guy
    This book is missing some of the original text.
  • Perfect

    By LexingtonAndConcord
    Say what you want, but having pictures along with the words (especially in a book such as this) really are nice. Sure there's a free copy available just next door, but this actually gives the reader a storybook feel. (For example, the mouse's tale actually is shaped like a tail) And for the parts that may seem 'extra' confusing, suched as Alices botched recollections of nursery rhymes, there are helpful annotations following that will explain them fully. I dare you not to be completely satisfied with this purchase.
  • Beyond expectation

    By Darnmoor
    Now I know why John Tenniel drew the Mock Turtle with the head, hind hoofs, and tail of a calf.
  • Totally beautiful

    By Can'tEditNickname
    Elegant looking. The annotated parts of the book are short and sweet.