Lewis Carroll

REV ROBINSON DUCKWORTH ROWS WHILST CHARLES 
LUTWIDGE DODGSON READS 'ALICE' TO THE LIDDELL 
SISTERS by MICHAEL FOREMAN

REV ROBINSON DUCKWORTH ROWS WHILST CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON READS 'ALICE' TO THE LIDDELL SISTERS

'OH, PLEASE MIND WHAT YOU'RE DOING!' CRIED ALICE by MICHAEL FOREMAN

'OH, PLEASE MIND WHAT YOU'RE DOING!' CRIED ALICE

THEY VERY SOON CAME UPON A GRYPHON by MICHAEL FOREMAN

THEY VERY SOON CAME UPON A GRYPHON

'NEVER!' SAID THE QUEEN by MICHAEL FOREMAN

'NEVER!' SAID THE QUEEN

BUT, ALAS FOR POOR ALICE! WHEN SHE GOT TO THE DOOR, SHE FOUND SHE HAD FORGOTTENTHE LITTLE GOLDEN KEY, AND WHEN SHE WENT BACK TO THE TABLE FOR IT, SHE FOUND SHE COULD NOT POSSIBLY REACH IT: by MICHAEL FOREMAN

BUT, ALAS FOR POOR ALICE! WHEN SHE GOT TO THE DOOR, SHE FOUND SHE HAD FORGOTTENTHE LITTLE GOLDEN KEY, AND WHEN SHE WENT BACK TO THE TABLE FOR IT, SHE FOUND SHE COULD NOT POSSIBLY REACH IT:

WHEN SUDDENLY, THUMP! THUMP! DOWN SHE CAME UPON A HEAP OF DRY LEAVES, AND THE FALL WAS OVER. by MICHAEL FOREMAN

WHEN SUDDENLY, THUMP! THUMP! DOWN SHE CAME UPON A HEAP OF DRY LEAVES, AND THE FALL WAS OVER.

THE RABBIT SENDS IN A LITTLE BILL by MICHAEL FOREMAN

THE RABBIT SENDS IN A LITTLE BILL

THE MOCK TURTLE'S STORY by MICHAEL FOREMAN

THE MOCK TURTLE'S STORY

THE COOK TOOK THE CAULDRON OF SOUP OFF THE FIRE, AND AT ONCE SET TO WORK THROWING EVERYTHING WITHIN HER REACH AT THE DUCHESS AND THE BABY... by MICHAEL FOREMAN

THE COOK TOOK THE CAULDRON OF SOUP OFF THE FIRE, AND AT ONCE SET TO WORK THROWING EVERYTHING WITHIN HER REACH AT THE DUCHESS AND THE BABY...

HER FOOT SLIPPED, AND IN ANOTHER MOMENT, SPLASH! SHE WAS UP TO HER CHIN IN SALT WATER by MICHAEL FOREMAN

HER FOOT SLIPPED, AND IN ANOTHER MOMENT, SPLASH! SHE WAS UP TO HER CHIN IN SALT WATER

ALICE OPENED THE DOOR AND FOUND THAT IT LED INTO A SMALL PASSAGE, NOT MUCH LARGER THAN A RAT-HOLE: SHE KNELT DOWN AND LOOKED ALONG THE PASSAGE INTO THE LOVLIEST GARDEN YOU EVER SAW. by MICHAEL FOREMAN

ALICE OPENED THE DOOR AND FOUND THAT IT LED INTO A SMALL PASSAGE, NOT MUCH LARGER THAN A RAT-HOLE: SHE KNELT DOWN AND LOOKED ALONG THE PASSAGE INTO THE LOVLIEST GARDEN YOU EVER SAW.

ALICE IN WONGALAND by KATHRYN LAMB

ALICE IN WONGALAND

ALICE IN CLUBLAND by KATHRYN LAMB

ALICE IN CLUBLAND

THE FISH FOOTMAN by HELEN OXENBURY

THE FISH FOOTMAN

THERE STOOD THE QUEEN IN FRONT OF THEM, WITH HER ARMS FOLDED, FROWNING LIKE A THUNDERSTORM by HELEN OXENBURY

THERE STOOD THE QUEEN IN FRONT OF THEM, WITH HER ARMS FOLDED, FROWNING LIKE A THUNDERSTORM

THE CATERPILLAR AND ALICE by HELEN OXENBURY

THE CATERPILLAR AND ALICE

ALICE AND THE WHITE RABBIT by HELEN OXENBURY

ALICE AND THE WHITE RABBIT

THE COOK SET TO WORK THROWING EVERYTHING WITHIN HER REACH by HELEN OXENBURY

THE COOK SET TO WORK THROWING EVERYTHING WITHIN HER REACH

THE DUCHESS KEPT TOSSING THE BABY VIOLENTLY UP AND DOWN by HELEN OXENBURY

THE DUCHESS KEPT TOSSING THE BABY VIOLENTLY UP AND DOWN

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: THE MOCK TURTLE'S STORY by HELEN OXENBURY

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: THE MOCK TURTLE'S STORY