Thursday, 12 May 2016

Giveaway Alice Through The Looking Glass Book


When I was younger I use to love watching Alice in Wonderland and I believe my Nan and Grandad had a VHS of Alice through the looking glass which I use to watch as well. 
In fact I also love the Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland and the Alice Through The Looking Glass version is coming out later this month. One thing though is that I have never read any of the books.  I have been sent a copy of Alice through the looking glass from Carlton Books and I also have a copy to give to one of you lovely readers. 


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- This competition will close on 19th May 2016 at 12.00am GMT 
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56 comments:

  1. I like Alice too, but also the caterpillar :)

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  2. For me its the Mad Hatter, reminds me of my partner for some strange reason xx

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  3. Alice. I also like the name, and I had a friend when I was younger called Alice. I now have a friend with her child called Alice. Delightful memories.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. The mad hatter I always think of Johnny Depp

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  5. Pam Francis Gregory12 May 2016 at 17:24

    Got to be the Mad Hatter - so funny!

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  6. Cheshire cat

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  7. The Cheshire Cat is a fabulous, cheeky character.

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  8. The little scamps Tweedledum and Tweedledee.

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  9. I love the Mad Hatter CHERYL HADFIELD

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  10. The Cheshire Cat & The Mad Hatter.

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  11. this looks like a lovely book. Love classics like this. I think the Queen of Hearts is a funny character!

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  12. This looks great, I think my favourite is Alice x

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  13. Alice as she transformed from a scared girl into a confident young woman

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  14. The Mad Hatter definitely
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  15. The Dormouse sleeping in the teapot

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  16. My favourite is the Cheshire cat

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  17. Sarah Thompson18 May 2016 at 10:32

    My favorite character is the Cheshire Cat!

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  18. I love the Mad Hatter...great clothes

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  19. The Mad hatter... can't help feeling he's not mad just misunderstood

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  20. Mines definatly the Cheshire cat ☺️

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  21. I've never read or watched it but I know the grandchildren would love it

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  22. The white rabbit is my favourite.

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  23. The Cheshire Cat

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