JabberwockyBook - 2004
The most celebrated nonsense poem in the English language, Lewis Carroll's ?Jabberwocky? has delighted readers of all ages since it was first published in Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, in 1872. Stéphane Jorisch's stunningly inventive art adds a vibrant, surprising dimension to an already unforgettable poem.
Univ of Toronto Pr
The award-winning first book in the Visions in Poetry series explores Lewis Carroll's celebrated nonsense poem.
Baker & Taylor
This first installment in an incredible new poetry series combines contemporary illustrations with a classic nonsense poem from the author of Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.
An illustrated version of the classic nonsense poem from "Through the Looking Glass."
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Illustrator Stephane Jorisch recasts Carroll's nonsense comedy as a dystopia, setting it in a claustrophobic city among grim-faced people. Grade 5 - Adult
Illustrator Stephane Jorisch recasts Carroll's nonsense comedy as a dystopia, setting it in a claustrophobic city among grim-faced people.
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