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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Carousel Book

Curiouser and curiouser! This gorgeous new edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland opens out into a carousel shape!

aiw-carrousel-coverThe book contains an abridged version of the original text by Lewis Carroll. When you open the book, you can fold it out and tie the covers to each other, to form a six sided carousel. Each side shows a 3-dimensional scene, created from John Tenniel’s original illustrations.

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“Alice Through the Looking Glass” out on Blu-ray

For all the fans of Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” movie: it was released on Blu-ray today!

“Alice Through the Looking Glass” is the sequel to Disney’s live-action movie “Alice in Wonderland”, and was brought to cinemas in May this year.

The movie could already be pre-ordered, but since today, it will actually be shipped to you if you order it. 🙂

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If you want to know what I thought of the movie: read my review.

Perfect Alice in Wonderland Halloween costumes

At the end of the month we can celebrate Halloween again! Dress up like your favorite character from Alice in Wonderland and scare the hell out of your friends!

Below I have selected several Wonderland themed outfits and accessories that are just perfect for Halloween. They give a freaky twist to the ‘normal’ Wonderland characters.

Alice in Wonderland Halloween costumes

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Book review: Alice in Wonderland – an illustrated journey through time

Are you fond of Disney’s takes on the ‘Alice’ stories? Then you’ll certainly enjoy this heavily illustrated book by Mark Salisbury. It provides a ‘behind the scenes’ look, with photo’s and fun facts, for all of Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland related productions – from his ‘Alice comedies’ in the 1920’s, to his 1951 cartoon movie, to the more recently released live action movies directed by Tim Burton and James Bobin.

frontDisney Editions published this book in April 2016. I didn’t know it was coming out, or I’d have bought it sooner!

“Alice in Wonderland – an illustrated journey” by Mark Salisbury is a book about Walt Disney’s history with the Alice in Wonderland books. It starts with a short history of the books, and continues by telling us about how fond Walt Disney was of Carroll’s stories, how he strugled to start his own company, and how his career advanced.

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Movie review: Alice Through the Looking Glass

After the succes of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” movie, it was just a matter of Time before Disney produced a sequel: “Alice Through the Looking Glass”. This time, it was directed by James Bobin. I went to see it yesterday and… I was disappointed.

First of all, let me say that I didn’t enjoy the first “Alice in Wonderland” movie either. But because I didn’t want to be a prejudiced sour puss, I kept that in mind when I entered the cinema. I figured that, if I would anticipate a similar movie, just with a different story, I would be able to judge it for what it was.

However, the movie still managed to disappoint. It is not just that I am too much of a die-hard Carroll fan to appreciate this kind of movie; my non-Alice loving friends who joined me, were also disappointed because of the lack of a proper story.

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Rare books for sale

Peter Harrington, a bookseller in London, recently published their new catalogue, containing lots of rare books by Lewis Carroll / Charles Dodgson. They are definitely not cheap, but if you’re interested, have a look before they are sold!

nursery-alice-coverThe catalogue includes amongst others editions of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, “Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found there”, “The Nursery Alice” and facsimiles of “Alice’s Adventures Under Ground”.

There are English language editions, but also translations (like Nabokov’s Russian translation). Many are first or second editions, some are presentation copies.

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