What was Lewis Carroll, the creator behind this story thinking when he wrote this story? Talking rabbits and a girl falling down a rabbit hole. Hmmm!
Or this version, the girl impulsively goes over the mantle, through glass and winds
up in a room called the "Looking Glass".
Many question the writing of this piece and analyze its wording and phrasing.
this story mean anything?
it just a simple fairy tale? Was
Lewis Carrol just an imaginative story teller?
Some say Alice in Wonderland alludes to a message of looking and not acting
Adults may like to read it and discover if there is hidden meaning in the
phrases and working of the story.
Others will just think it is a cute, silly
you think, it is one amazing story.
A perfect gift for children
with imagination is the:
Alice in Wonderland tea set. It's great for
celebrating a party.
Complete with a book and CD,
the lucky child will discover a bottle reading, “Drink me” for tea or any
lukewarm or cool beverage.
A cinnamon-apple tea bag is
included. A scrumptious European chocolate candy cake directs the person
to “eat me”.
The pocket watch is also
chocolate and two Mad Hatter cookies are included in a single pack.
For the child in all of us: Alice in Wonderland – Tea for One. This has:
A stackable saucer,
cup and teapot. It is perfect for one person to brew tea and sip while
enjoying a book or movie.
The teapot features paintings of the huge tree, Cheshire Cat, and Alice
sitting in the meadow.
The handle is gracefully
trimmed and the spout features flower accents. The attractive raised lid is
shaped like a bell.
Porcelain makes it shimmer,
while the scalloped edging on the saucer and detailed painting add
The inside of the cup has a nice painting of flower.
Equally intriguing is Alice in Wonderland Tea Set, the 18-ounce porcelain teapot.
It is designed by Paul Cardew
is both dishwasher and microwave safe. Whether a gift for teapot
collectors or Alice in Wonderland fans, it answers the question of what to
Paintings of Alice, the Mad Hatter and the Hare adorn the pot with
sayings from the book, such as “some more”.
Topped by the White
Rabbit, who stands above the Roman numerals signifying his pocket watch,
the teapot features a lovely spout and handle.
It is an elegant
accompaniment to the set of five square raised saucers with matching
3-ounce cups, each with similar paintings and sayings.
It is common to find two or more teapots in many homes.
The ideal one for
home, friends, or family might show up at any time, so continue to look and
enjoy the variety of teapots available around the world.
It is definitely a familiar character. Alice and with Sleeping Beauty,
Cinderella and Prince Charming are just a few of the characters children learn
about when they are young. They grow and carry the tale to their children and