Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There
Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There Author:Lewis Carroll In this sequel to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" Alice comes upon many characters who are chessmen ... and she is the pawn! Two 90-minute cassettes.
I just wrote a big review and accidentally deleted it. Sigh.
This was a good book. I definitely enjoyed it! But I don't think it really stood up to the first Alice. This nonsense book seemed a little more nonsensical, with less rhyme or reason behind it. The sense that I think I was supposed make out of it came to me later than it should have; the kittens = the queens? Whoops! I did really enjoy the inclusion of all the poetry in this volume, however, and I was also surprised at the inclusion of so much iconic Alice canon such as Tweedledum and Tweedledee as well as The Jabberwocky.
I would recommend this book if for no other reason than what an easy read it was, even if you're worried you might not like it - I read it start to finish cover to cover. It was definitely cute and worth reading.