“. . . what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversations?” First published in 1865, this crazy classic--full of both pictures and conversations--continues to delight children and adults alike.
This edition also includes Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to Carroll’s first novel about Alice where she again experiences the unbelievable world of fantasy. One of Carroll’s famous poems and some of his most hilarious characters are also found in the pages of this sequel.