Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Anglais) Relié – 11 mars 2006
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Alices Adventures in Wonderland, where do I originate? Let's start at the beginning, Alice walking around in the forest then she sees a cat in a tree and the next thing you know she is in a room with a miniature little door in it and a drink on the table. One sip will do it you are as small as a mouse. Now figuring out that she can now fit into that tinny tiny little door. What will Alice do in that peculiar world with talking animals and cardish people who talk? If you think this book is right for you than run down to the nearest book store and pick up Alices Adventures in Wonderland, but watch out for the queen, she may behead you!
I actually have two ideal parts of this book. My first favorite part of the book is when Alice sips the potion which makes her very small. I like it because in the beginning she really wants to get in a very small door and she realizes that she can now fit in that little door. My second favorite part is when she is at the tea party with the Mad Hatter. I like this part because she is so bewildered with what is happening because it is always tea time.
The part of the book that makes me chuckle is when Alice is observing the queen play croquet. I think it is amusing because she is playing with these card/people things and if they do anything wrong the queen would behead them. She thinks they are always doing something wrong so, she always is sending people out to behead them.
I would recommend this to people who are gloomy or have a bizarre life because; it would probably comfort someone sad up. It would also relate to someone who has a bizarre life because this is a strange book. I think this is for people 10-14 years of age. I give this book 5 stars, so read Alices Adventures in Wonderland.
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll is a classic fantasy that is wonderful for Middle School students who love to read.
This fascinating book is about an adventurous and curious girl named Alice who follows a "White Rabbit" and mistakenly falls into a long, long hole. When she lands she is in an amazing new land called Wonderland. Wonderland is a world of crazy ideas and unfamiliar rhymes. Alice meets many new characters such as, The Mad Hatter, The Dormouse, The March Hare, The Queen of Hearts, a Duchess, a Gryphon, a footman that is actually a fish, and The Cheshire Cat, as she tries new adventures to get herself back home. She doesn't just meet these characters she also battles with them in a court case which is bizarrely unfair , she plays crochet, and even continually shrinks and grows herself. She gets herself tied up in odd situations but her curiosity carries her onward. In the end Alice discovers something truly amazing!
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is a great book for children who love to be urged onward by amazing and fascinating descriptive word choices and crazy creatures. This book is not very difficult but is not easy either. It may seem like a childish book but it really keeps your mind going and thinking about what will happen next. I recommend "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" to anyone. So next time you are at the library or your local bookstore pick up a copy and check it out. Everyone will enjoy Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"!
Everything is nonsensical, yet it makes sense; it is all completely fantastical, yet it is told so matter-of-fact that you simply must believe that Alice's adventures were nothing less than fact; the characters are so unbelievable, yet they always seem like old friends. The word structure and usage even reads, and in some cases looks, like a dream. You may not always understand why something happens the way it does to poor Alice, but like the unlikely heroine herself, you simply accept it and move on to the next adventure.
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