Inspired by Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland is one of the most famous children’s books ever written. It became a success from the moment it was published, in 1865. Since then, it has been translated into 80 languages, adapted for theatre, television, and today it is one of the most quoted works in English...
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Alice in Wonderland is one of the most famous children’s books ever written. It became a success from the moment it was published, in 1865. Since then, it has been translated into 80 languages, adapted for theatre, television, and today it is one of the most quoted works in English literature.
The book’s protagonist, however, is not your typical eight years old heroine. Artist Ania Velichkovsky has drawn her as a precious preteen enrapture by the magic of the place she falls into while following a white rabbit on a hot summer day. She is a tough girl - but cries a lot - and is a little too spoiled for her own good. But above all, she is very, very curious. The curiouser of them all.
Come and meet Alice! And the wonderful new creatures and lands she encounters in her voyage down a rabbit hole.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of those amazing classic children’s novels that has left its imprint on our literary consciousness. The white rabbit, Cheshire cat, Mad Hatter’s tea party and the volatile Queen of Hearts are characters and images so imprinted onto our literary DNA that they are even recognised by many who haven’t ever opened the pages of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel themselves. - Susan Whelan
Brilliant for children, but with enough hilarity and joy for life in it to please adults too, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, is a love book with which to take a brief respite from our over-rational and sometimes dreary world. - James Topham
Alice appeals to adults as well as children and over the years readers and critics have found within it all manner of riddles, puzzles, mathematical concepts, and references to Carroll’s famous and not-so-famous friends. - Floresiensis
Even Walt Disney was a fan of Alice. He tried for years to do his movie version. Read more about his love for Alice here.