Brand : Lewis Carroll

Through the Looking-Glass



Jj andregg |

It lets children get a very complex story with less actual reading, while they gain confidence for harder books.

This is a delightful way to get my daughter interested in the classics and get her reading on her own. the comic style illustrations let her get a feel for the story with minimal reading, yet feel like she's reading a chapter book. it lets children get a very complex story with less actual reading, while they gain confidence for harder books. the words are not "easy reader" words, but it's still a great way to get into more complex books. just so you know, i do generally have an optimistic positive bias in life so i only give a 4 star rating if i have a problem with something. i hope that this review is helpful. if it is, please click helpful to let amazon know. it will improve my rating to help me get discounts for reviews in the future.

Lj bailey |

A wonderland of imagination

For a child whose hands can manage the intricacies of this book's amazing origami-like pop-ups, it is a truly magical journey through a 3-dimensional landscape. my physicist son took this book to show all his co-geeks and even posted some pages online he was so impressed with the actual engineering. it is beautifully illustrated, full of little surprises and stays true to the original tale. i would not recommend it for toddlers as they will insist on dissection, but if the price makes you hesitate, don't. it's worth every cent and with luck will survive to achieve heirloom status on your grandchildren's bookshelf.

Dreamforaninsomniac |

Classic carroll

Oh, how i love this story. classically ridiculous. kids love to hear the jargon and non-sensical language. let's not kid, i do as well.