The book story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar and anthropomorphic creatures.
DeLoss McGraw's illustrations bring the magic of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to a younger audience, with abstract splashes of color that render the Caterpillar a bit less eerie and the Queen less terrifying than Sir John Tenniel's interpretation. One hallucinogenic image captures Alice awash in deep blue watercolor, her long legs rising in an ethereal haze as her head reaches the ceiling. A small green window and miniaturized chair accentuate her rapid growth.
This story brought me a nice reading time. But I have two thing to complain. First, conversations at "Mad Tea Party" made me terribly confused. It was so difficult for me, not a native, to interpret them accurately. Second, the last part when Alice came back struck me so suddenly that I couldn't understand the change of scene immediately.
Que mas se podría decir, es una magnífica aventura y sus personajes son exquisitos no me canso de leer la una y otra vez.