Alice in Wonderlandby Lewis Carroll
Reviewed by Clodsley S.
A fantastic book for all who enjoy a humorous read with one reference to smoking.
PlotAlice, after falling asleep, finds herself in an eccentric, wacky world called Wonderland. She encounters a Mad Hatter, a March Hare, a Deck of Cards, and a whole lot of other creative characters devised by Lewis Carroll.
MoralityMost of the characters are friendly toward Alice (though they aren't much help) except for the queen. Otherwise, there isn't a whole lot of morality in the tale.
ViolenceThe queen is fond of yelling, "Off with her/his/their head(s)!" Sometimes her procedures are carried through, but it's only implied and never mentioned.
Drug and Alcohol ContentLittle cakes and drinks make Alice grow and shrink. One characters smokes some kind of weed.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentNone.
Conclusion"Alice in Wonderland" is a downright hilarious book that leaves the reader wanting to reread it. The characters are creative and oddball, saying completely senseless things. This is a perfect book for kids of any age if they like strange creatures and hilarity.
There is, however, a reference to one creature smoking...possibly something illegal.
|Written for Age:||11-12|
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