I have a lot of things to say about this wonderful fairy tale. I liked how the book had images with very cute colors that fit well with the pictures. From purple to light yellow, it looks nice either way which helps make the book look more vivid. Although, the illustrator made these images look a bit creepy and scary so there are times that I wouldn't want to recommend this version of the story to children if they can't handle a touch of horror in a fairy tale. The awfully weird slurs in old English is something I wouldn't find reader-attracting, especially if someone is a millennial reading this. I'd say it would be appropriate for maybe a teen or a young adult to read a novel like this. If the book cover didn't look so odd, I think many more people would want to check out this unique version of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland".
Reviewed by Hannah R., Grade 9
Downtown Central Library