Celebrate 150 years of Alice in Wonderland with a pocket-sized piece of history - a miniature version of the book, with rare illustrations of Alice in red, first published by Macmillian in 1907.
This charming miniature edition of Carroll's classic tale is specially abridged for younger readers, a sixth of the length of the original 1865 edition.
It features 32 brightly coloured illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, uniquely featuring Alice in a red dress.
Faithfully reproduced from a rare archive copy, this unique little book retains all the charm of the historic original.
With luxurious red Widbalin binding and gold sprayed edges, it is the pecfect celebration Alice's special anniversary and a wonderful gift for fans of every age.
About the Author
Lewis Carroll was born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson on the 27th of January in 1832.
He is better known by his pen name and was an English writer of children's fiction, most notably Alice's Advenntures in Wonderland and it's sequel Through the Looking-Glass. He was also a mathematician, photographer and inventor including an earlier version of what today is known as Scrabble.