Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (version 3)

Lewis CARROLL (1832 - 1898)

"Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do ..." .. and from that moment onward we drift with Alice into another world. When she sees a White Rabbit as it runs through the tall grass (looking worriedly at the watch it takes from its waist-coat pocket), she runs after it and drops into a strange dream. The world is full of chatty animals, from a rather stand-offish hookah-smoking caterpillar to the friendly Cheshire Cat which only sometimes goes to the bother of having a body. And everyone seems to be ordering her about ... or telling her to recite poetry! ... and all those verses that she once knew so well seem strangely distorted.

In this book and in "Through the Looking Glass", Lewis Carroll affectionately brought together many of the wonderful stories he told to Alice and her sisters on long summer boating trips. (Summary by Peter Yearsley)

Genre(s): Children's Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Down the Rabbit Hole Peter Yearsley
00:13:06
Play 02 The Pool of Tears Peter Yearsley
00:12:35
Play 03 A Caucus Race and a Long Tale Peter Yearsley
00:10:19
Play 04 The Rabbit Sends In a Little Bill Peter Yearsley
00:14:33
Play 05 Advice From a Caterpillar Peter Yearsley
00:13:07
Play 06 Pig and Pepper Peter Yearsley
00:15:49
Play 07 A Mad Tea Party Peter Yearsley
00:14:11
Play 08 The Queen's Crocquet-Ground Peter Yearsley
00:14:17
Play 09 The Mock Turtle's Story Peter Yearsley
00:14:21
Play 10 The Lobster Quadrille Peter Yearsley
00:15:10
Play 11 Who Stole the Tarts? Peter Yearsley
00:11:41
Play 12 Alice's Evidence Peter Yearsley
00:13:21