|aLewis Carroll's Alice through the looking glass /|cretold by Kay Woodward ; illustrated by Patricia Moffett
|aAlice through the looking glass
|aLondon :|bCarlton Kids,|c2016
|a1 volume (unpaged) :|billustrations (colour) ;|c29 cm
|a"Join Alice as she steps into a topsy-turvy dreamworld of talking sheep, walking chess pieces, enchanted forests and Tweedledum and Tweedledee. Alice Through the Looking Glass retells Lewis Carroll's masterpiece (and sequel to Alice In Wonderland) with a novelty twist for a generation of young readers. Stylish illustration, engaging text and spectacular novelties make this book a pleasure to read. Pull the tab to see the world behind the looking glass, open the flaps to uncover talking flowers and turn the pages to reveal the crazy party pop-up!" (publisher)
|aAlice|c(Fictitious character from Carroll)|vJuvenile fiction
|aCarroll, Lewis,|d1832-1898.|tThrough the looking glass and what Alice found there
Lewis Carroll’s brilliant sequel to Alice In Wonderland gets a contemporary retelling—complete with a novelty twist for a new generation of readers. As children join Alice in her topsy-turvy dreamworld—where sheep talk, chess pieces walk, and Tweedledum and Tweedledee battle over a rattle—they can pull tabs to go behind the looking glass, open flaps to uncover talking flowers, and turn pages to reveal a dinner party pop-up!
Kay Woodward has written over 80 children’s books, including storybooks and series fiction like the Skate School series for Usborne. Along with classic fairy tales, her wide-ranging interests include Roald Dahl, Christmas, and chocolate, all of which she has written about.