Scholastic Classics: Through the Looking Glass

Alice is having a confusing day. She knew who she was when she woke up in the morning. But she seems to have changed several times since then. She’s climbed through a mirror. Now she’s back in the weird world of Wonderland, where chaos is king. (Or should that be queen?) The White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts are all waiting. They’ve all got strange things to do and say. But Alice also has a mission of her own: a journey that only she can make…

  • Alice’s second bizarre and brilliant Wonderland adventure
  • Explores themes of loneliness, growing up, time and change
  • A true classic, bursting with fantasy and vivid symbolism
  • Perfect for confident readers who relish a challenge

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  • loved it

    Lovely it is like the 2nd part of Alice Adventures in Wonderland! These two are my favourite books and they are fantastic. After I read this i thought if I can go in a world through a mirror like Alice does. The interesting thing here is that it is in a world of chess and after every square you can change like when she arrives the last she becomes a queen! The other queens tho are very strange and weird! Love it, Lewis Carroll is an amazing author!

    14 June 2019

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    Lewis Carroll needs no introduction. His renowned tale ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ was first published in 1865.

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