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Title: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Author: Lewis Carroll
ISBN: 0 19 597129 9
Genre: Adventure, Classics, Science fiction and fantasy
Level: 1
Module: Getting along with others
Cultures of the world
Teenage life
Home and neighbourhood
Wonderful things
Nature and environment

Alice is sitting by the river when suddenly a white rabbit runs past her. Then the rabbit takes a watch out of its coat pocket and says it is late! Alice is very surprised. She runs after the rabbit and follows it into a large rabbit hole.

This is how Alice's adventures begin. In Wonderland she meets a caterpillar that smokes a pipe, a baby that turns into a pig, a Queen who wants to have everyone's head cut off, and many more strange people and animals.

Find out why the White Rabbit is in a hurry, why it is always teatime in Wonderland, and who stole a dish of tarts ...

Lewis Carroll was the eldest son in a family of eleven children. He often made up funny stories to amuse his younger brothers and sisters. Later he wrote two of the most successful children's books ever: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Through the Looking Glass is available in Level 2 of this series.


If you enjoyed this book, you may also like
The Wizard of Oz, Level 1
Through the Looking Glass, Level 2

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