In Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, a very real little girl named Alice follows a very remarkable rabbit and experiences one of the strangest adventures, and meets some of the oddest and best-loved characters in all literature: the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, and the White Rabbit, each one more interesting and more entertaining than the last. It is a world where everything impossible effortlessly becomes possible, and everything real, unreal. In the hands of Lewis Carroll, the heights of adventure are limited only by the reach of imagination. In the words of a contemporary of Carroll's, "If there be such a thing as perfection in children's tales, Mr. Carroll (has) reached it." (Followed by Through the Looking Glass.)
Package Weight: about 2.4 pounds.
(From the Timeless Classics shelf.)