Lewis Carroll s Alice in Wonderland Penguin Young Readers L For the first time ever Alice in Wonderland is told in a reader format Written by Lewis Carroll in this story remains a well known classic to this day It is the tale of a girl named Alice who f

  • Title: Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland (Penguin Young Readers, L4)
  • Author: Deborah Hautzig Kathryn Rathke
  • ISBN: 9781101646144
  • Page: 387
  • Format: ebook
  • For the first time ever, Alice in Wonderland is told in a reader format Written by Lewis Carroll in 1865, this story remains a well known classic to this day It is the tale of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and meets many extraordinary creatures.

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    1. CuteCuteMy 7 year old loved this book. The illustrations and story line that followed were very entertaining. A great bedtime story to excite his dreams indeed :)

    2. Easy ReadThis was a well-written, easy to read and adaptation. My 8-year old who struggles with reading just finished it. It was difficult enough to challenge him, but easy enough for him to get through. I recommend this for any parent working with a reader who is still working on taking flight.

    3. Basic Plot: Alice travels to Wonderland in search of the white rabbit, encounters a lot of nonsense, then wakes to find it was all a dream.I'm not sure there's anyone in Western society who doesn't know the basics of the story by now. This adaptation for beginning readers is just one more in a long line of watered-down versions intended for small-child consumption. That sounded a lot meaner than I meant it.It captures the basics of the story while using accessible vocabulary and sentence structu [...]

    4. Alice had a dream about a cool place with cool thoughts like going to a palace with potions that can make you smaller than you are and bigger than you are. I liked the book because Alice had a cool adventure and I like adventures. I think the author's purpose was that when you have cool adventured dreams then you can have a good time to fall asleep.

    5. This Fiction book is about yours truly; Alice. Throughout this true adventure, Alice discovers a new world! (Just by following a rabbit.) It could have explained more with more detail. But my Favorite part is when she's swimming with a Rat.

    6. We used this "easy reader" re-telling of Alice to introduce our NINTH week of story times inspired by themes found in this classic story. This was also the week of "St. Patty's Day" so we explored the concepts of BIG and LITTLE (and "Little People" such as fairies and leprechauns).

    7. Love the illustrations by Kathryn Rathke in this beginning reader adaptation. They look like cartoons on a soft painting background, but not as bad as you might imagine that looking.

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