Haven't read Alice yet? The legendary abracadabra tale of a little girl who followed the White Rabbit and fell into the hole and that's how all the nonsense began. On her way Alice meets the Cheshire Cat, the smoking phlegmatic Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter and all sundry including the evil Queen of Hearts! Lewis Carroll's immortal gibberish tale is a feast of puns, graphic poems, riddles, strange characters and aphorisms which is known all around the world. Lewis Carroll was very interested in the line of a little girl travelling through this mad settings which is in reality refers to our world. He created Alice especially for the little girl friend Alice Liddell whom he also liked to photograph. Carroll's passion was of an absolutely platonic character, however, it supplied him with a perfect absurdist aura for his book. Looking for the White Rabbit, Alice constantly engages into strange events including growing, shriveling, swimming into her own tears and eating strange things. This is a real voyage into adult life! This amazing book is a favorite one of children's libraries, but adults will also find it incredibly witty and deep in meaning.