Like the student edition it also includes:
- The full, unabridged text of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
- A brief Introduction
- Pre-flight: foundational information to better understand the story before reading it
- Wrap Up: some things to think about after reading the story.
- Discussion questions for use by students or teachers
- Cartoons, memes and faux posters that relate to the story
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of the most popular children’s stories ever written. It was first published in 1865 and has been translated into over 150 languages.
This edition of Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece contains the full, unabridged text, a “Pre-Flight” to read before the story, a “Wrap-Up” to read after the story, discussion questions and original art from several early editions of the book. Much of the art has been enhanced with talk bubbles both for fun and to reinforce the content of the story.
In addition, Mr. Draeger falls down a big hole and ends up in the The World of Literature where he attends the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to learn about the life of Lewis Carroll. Impossible, you say? Anything is possible in the Literature Disguised as Fun series, including really good pizza.
Now that I’ve met Mr. Draeger, I’m not very impressed. I have no intention of ever inviting him back to my Tea Party.
— The Mad Hatter
I know how to deal with Mr. Draeger if he visits our world again. Off with his head!
— The Queen
This is Literature Disguised as Fun