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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass: And What Alice Found There (Macmillan Collector's Library)

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    Lewis Carroll(Author)

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It's a warm summer's afternoon when young Alice first tumbles down the rabbit hole and into the adventures in Wonderland that have kept readers spellbound for more than 150 years. Collected here are Lewis Carroll's two classics - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass - in which Alice encounters the laconic Cheshire Cat, the anxious White Rabbit and the terrifying Red Queen, as well as a host of other outlandish and charming characters.

Brought to life by Sir John Tenniel's legendary illustrations in black and white, and with an afterword by Anna South, this elegant Macmillan Collector's Library edition is perfect for old and new fans alike.

Designed to appeal to the booklover, the Macmillan Collector's Library is a series of beautiful gift editions of much loved classic titles. Macmillan Collector's Library are books to love and treasure.

A pocket hardback edition of Lewis Carroll's classic story for children

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Book details

  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Lewis Carroll(Author)
  • Macmillan Collector's Library; New Edition edition (14 July 2016)
  • English
  • 10
  • Young Adult

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  • By Mr A I MCCOLL on 2 February 2017

    This is a very strange edition which is illustrated with pictures that would seem to be more appropriate to Robinson Crusoe. Has someone at the publishers (Amazon) slipped up?

  • By A A on 29 May 2017

    The book I received was nothing like in the description: thin, flimsy, with tiny black-and-white illustrations, more a cheap brochure than a book. Overall looked like made by lazy children in a rush and on no budget.

  • By Mr. J. E. Morris on 27 July 2016

    Utterly appalling copy. Clearly printed off the Internet. Font sizes change from page to page, constant adverts for an audio version of the book (which I suspect would be preferable), pictures which bizarrely seem to have come from a photocopied print of Robinson Crusoe and have nothing to do with Alice. Not to mention the way sentences end on a page and then don't carry on on the next one. If you want to buy somebody a joke book then buy this. You can both then laugh at the poor quality of this product. Otherwise avoid. And please don't buy this version as a present for a child. They will be gutted. And it's apparently printed by... Amazon. Well done. Poor quality all round.

  • By MD on 5 August 2015

    Disappointing to discover that The Hunting of the Snark not only lacked its illustrations (which add considerably to the poem) but was incomplete, lacking the two final 'fits' - absolutely crucial!

  • By Guest on 28 July 2016

    The reviews of this I read seem to refer to another edition completely. Perhaps the kindle version. Do not buy this as in the printed form at least it is really not a proper book and 100% disappointing. Thin and flimsy, it has no illustrations and the tile of the book is even mis-spelled on the cover - "Alice adventures" instead of Alice's Adventures. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is actually a great book, just don't buy this edition of it.

  • By JJ Jeremiah on 14 December 2016

    This is a review for the Japanese translation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland without illustrations; produced by Onyx Translations.Firstly, it appears all the book reviews are placed together; regardless of who published it or in what language. Please bear that in mind.I bought this as a gift for a friend who loved the original English version. This is an appalling translation, full of mistakes. It reads badly and is of no use for language students, wishing to improve their skills.I do not recommend this product.

  • By Richard Mendes on 14 November 2016

    This arrived today and I have to say that I was appalled by the product. The font is horrible (typewriter style print), the moment I opened it I felt like I was staring at a boring textbook. FYI I bought the Paperback Version. It is extremely poorly written. There are no page numbers, no indication when the first story begins, the text is just consistent from page to page.DOT NOT BUY, STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT!!!!!

  • By @dottymeat on 5 November 2015

    I read this because i didn't as a child and friends often talk about it with great admiration saying it's not just a book for children but also for adults. I love art parties, surrealism and weird quirky stuff so I thought I would most certainly appreciate Alice, but i just found it kind of fun but not exactly amazing. Like, it basically just exploits a binary trope of small/large, known/unknown for comic effect and that's it.I remembered that my parents did try to read it to me as a child but that I wouldn't let them get through the story, I found it so boring I left the room every time they read it to me and they soon gave up. People don't change, I guess. But I'm definitely not any more drawn to any mad hatter parties than i was before...

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