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Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found There by Lewis Carroll

Continuing from her earlier adventure, Alice now travels to another fantasy of hers, and takes us with her. And this time, it’s completely upside down! 265 more words

Fantasy

Madeline Hatter's Polka Dotty Tea Party

My first major “Doll Project” is customizing the famous Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

Madeline Hatter, for those of you unfamiliar with Ever After High, is the daughter of the Mad Hatter and she is hosting a Tea Party and you bet, it’s going to be a bit “spotty”. 115 more words

...in Wonderland

                                       What is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations?

I don’t remember quite well what made me fall in love with The Netherlands. I know for sure that for many years we were thinking to try something else and things arranged in such a way that we’ve visited the country after a hot holiday in Turkey and the 27 degrees came like a heaven breeze in that July evening when we’ve started our wander around Amstel station. 349 more words

By Years

Illustrated Excerpt: Mrs. White Rabbit

Alice in Wonderland is one of the great classics of children’s literature, but what does anyone actually know about Wonderland?

In Mrs. White Rabbit, written and illustrated by Gilles Bachelet, readers finally get to see what happens in the background during Alice’s adventures—through the diary of the White Rabbit’s extremely busy wife. 167 more words

Sneak Peeks

Thirty-Five

“I used to think time was a thief. But you give before you take. Time is a gift. Every minute. Every second.” –Alice Kingsleigh

Sound familiar? 444 more words

Love

Mad Hatter Tea Party--the Treats and Tea

The cakes were all delicious. Everything on the pink cake was edible. The pictures on the cake were rice paper. I ordered the Eat Me cards from Amazon. 168 more words

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll with Chamomile Tea

There are so many people who are completely in love with Alice and all of her crazy adventures. As a child I found the movie frightening and therefore never had any desire to read the book. 135 more words

Books