Down, Down the rabbit-hole Alice falls. On a childish trip to find the time-cautious white rabbit. Carroll tells the story of Alice who travels down into a fantasy world populated by anthropomorphic creatures
The tale is filled with allusions to Carroll's friends (and enemies), and the lessons that all good schoolchildren were expected to memorize. Carroll plays with logic in ways that have given his story lasting popularity to all ages. It is considered to be the characteristic example of literary nonsense.
I listened to this book with my dog on my lap it is worth it
Would not have been so bad if it was not for the American Accents.
Curiouser and Curiouser
This was a wonderful adaptation of the novel. I could not care less if it's American because the actors brought the story to life superebly as well as Amy Nevland's innnocet portrayal of Alice.
The music is the second best part of the adaptation. My favourite piece of music is the one played during the end credits. I would love to find the name of it so I can convert it so I hope I do come across it.
Overall, there is nothing to criticise - apart from a few obvious slips of narration by Joan Piersall who - other than that - narrates the story wonderfully like listneing to a loving grandmother and her enchanting narrations to a classic novel. This adaptation was such an adventure taken on by the voice actors, the narration and the enchanting music to conince the whole story.
Lewis Carroll would be pleased to listen to this.