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A game, a puzzle, a story-telling adventure
August 2019 Book of the Month
Inside this sturdy and pretty little box, children will find the story of Alice in Wonderland, but told via 20 double-sided puzzle pieces (and with some thoroughly modern twists – the White Rabbit sports a natty baseball cap and unlocks flamingos from what looks a lot like a bike docking system). It’s up to readers to put the pieces of the story together which, of course, allows for endless new and different versions. The illustrations by Anne Laval are bright, lively and attractive, and surely Lewis Carroll would have thoroughly approved of the concept. Great fun for children who enjoy reading and creating their own stories.
In this charming puzzle, Alice in Wonderland is updated to the modern city: the White Rabbit runs a hot dog stand and the Cheshire Cat is a wily cab driver. The Queen of Hearts even drives a pink stretch limo!
The game contains 20 storytelling puzzle pieces printed on both sides. Each piece can be swapped around or flipped over to allow for all kinds of plot twists and turns, and there are three alternative endings. Together, all the pieces stretch out to over 8 feet.
Anne Laval's witty illustrations will introduce a whole new audience to the classic story.
|Publication date:||12th August 2019|
|Publisher:||Laurence King Publishing|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
|Topics:||Fantasy / Magical, Puzzles / Activities|
Anne Laval is an illustrator from Strasbourg, France. Using traditional techniques and with nature as her inspiration she creates beautiful work for children's books and magazines. Follow her on Instagram.More About Anne Laval