Wednesday, March 22, 2017

When You Really, Really Want to Know Alice in Wonderland...

I wanted to thoroughly read Alice in Wonderland for our book club read, and so I ended up requesting all of these wonderful AinW books from the library. 

A map of Alice in Wonderland from a book of maps of imaginary lands

An easy reader


A board book

A play and an audiobook.

The Annotated Alice


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14 comments:

  1. Looks like you fell down the rabbit hole!

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  2. I like the story of Alice in Wonderland. How cool, so many books with this story !
    Best, Synnöve

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  3. I always thought Alice in Wonderland was from Oxford near me. I don't think I have ever read it

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  4. I still have my school copy of Alice in Wonderland, though it's a bit worse for the wear now. It's a great read; one of my favourite books.

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  5. Interesting. I didn't know there were so many variations on the theme.

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  6. Alicia en el pais de las maravillas es un libro precioso, y estas ediciones que muestras son realmente bonitas, deben de tener una ilustraciones geniales.
    Besos

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  7. I've always been a bit scared of The Queen of Hearts, "off with their heads." Although, I really enjoyed re-reading Alice in Wonderland recently. The map book looks really interesting too.

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  8. I'd say you immersed yourself in all things Alice.

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  9. My granddaughter would love the book of maps, especially the one for Alice in Wonderland. I had no idea so many resources existed for this story. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Ahh you are definitely on a roll! I love the cover for the map book :) Great post!
    Prabhleen @ Booksarelife987

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  11. Wow, these look like such interesting books! That map one looks especially awesome! Maps can be so fun. Does it have maps for other books too?

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  12. Wow, these look like such interesting books! That map one looks especially awesome! Maps can be so fun. Does it have maps for other books too?

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  13. I read the original Alice (the first two books) for the first time a few years ago. I would love to see the Once Upon a Time map book!!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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  14. Go big or go home! Great job! I had no idea there was a map of Alice's adventures.

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