Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Version 7)
Alice’s adventures in Wonderland is probably one of the most well known and popular children's novels in the English language. Written in 1865 by Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson, better known by his pen name ‘Lewis Carrol’. Lewis, a mathematician, poet, photographer and inventor, tells a surreal fantasy tale, of Alice, who visits a world of unnatural logic after following a very smart White Rabbit, down a rabbit hole. The world she discovers is inhabited by the strangest and most endearing characters; The ‘Mad Hatter’, the sleepy ‘Dormouse’, the ‘Queen of Hearts’ and many more.
Every child should insist that this story is read to them! And they will remember it for ever, just like Alice.
This book was originally illustrated by Sir John Tenniel. His images are iconic and help to seed the imagination of any little person, no matter how big they are!
Download them here: http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/resources/pictures/alices-adventures-in-wonderland/
(Summary by Craig Franklin)
Genre(s): Myths, Legends & Fairy Tales
|Play 01||Chapter 1 : Down the rabbit hole.||Craig Franklin
|Play 02||Chapter 2 : The pool of tears.||Craig Franklin
|Play 03||Chapter 3 : A Caucus-race and a long tale.||Craig Franklin
|Play 04||Chapter 4 : The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill||Craig Franklin
|Play 05||Chapter 5 : Advice from a Caterpillar.||Craig Franklin
|Play 06||Chapter 6 : Pig and pepper.||Craig Franklin
|Play 07||Chapter 7 : A Mad Tea-Party.||Craig Franklin
|Play 08||Chapter 8 : The Queen’s Croquet-Ground.||Craig Franklin
|Play 09||Chapter 9 : The Mock Turtle’s Story.||Craig Franklin
|Play 10||Chapter 10 : The Lobster Quadrille||Craig Franklin
|Play 11||Chapter 11 : Who Stole the Tarts?||Craig Franklin
|Play 12||Chapter 12 : Alice’s Evidence.||Craig Franklin