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review 2020-03-31 08:21
O Frabjous Day!
O Frabjous Day! - Lewis Carroll

I am not overly familiar with Lewis Carroll's work since I never liked Alice in Wonderland too much (the movies, never read the books). His poetry was completely new to me, but after I recently read Edward Lear's nonsense poetry (which was being compared as similar to Lewis Carroll) I was not looking forward to reading O Frabjous Day!. But, every week a Little Black Classics means reading one every week, so here we are.

My expectations were really low for this one, but I found it made at least way more sense than the Lear poems. Some of them still didn't resonance with me at all. But the hunting of the Snark was kind of nice, even though the rhyming was very nursery rhyme-y.

~Little Black Classics #106~

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review 2016-10-01 02:31
Through the Looking Glass review
Through The Looking Glass - Lewis Carrol

Lewis Carroll has always been one of my favorite authors. Through the Looking Glass is a great book that includes adventure, imagination, creativity, and silliness. I would have this in my classroom library for 4th or 5th grade. The guided reading level is T and the Lexile level is 910L.

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review 2012-01-01 00:00
Alice In Wonderland - Lewis Carroll Reading this as an adult was interesting, funny what I recall from the old Disney movie and what actually occurred. It is a quick read and I think Mr. Carrol has a knack for describing characters.
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