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Princess Alyss of Wonderland By Frank Beddor Catia Chien Vance Kovacs Christina Craemer Teresa Dikun Princess Alyss of Wonderland For curious eyes only You hold in your hands a scrapbook filled with the collected letters journal writings and vibrant art of a lost princess Her name was Alyss Heart and you may know her or think y

  • Title: Princess Alyss of Wonderland
  • Author: Frank Beddor Catia Chien Vance Kovacs Christina Craemer Teresa Dikun
  • ISBN: 9780803732513
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Alyss of Wonderland By Frank Beddor Catia Chien Vance Kovacs Christina Craemer Teresa Dikun For curious eyes only You hold in your hands a scrapbook filled with the collected letters, journal writings and vibrant art of a lost princess Her name was Alyss Heart and you may know her or think you know her from that silly book of nonsense Alice s Adventures in Wonderland In fact, Lewis Carroll got her story all wrong Now, for the first time, and through the help oFor curious eyes only You hold in your hands a scrapbook filled with the collected letters, journal writings and vibrant art of a lost princess Her name was Alyss Heart and you may know her or think you know her from that silly book of nonsense Alice s Adventures in Wonderland In fact, Lewis Carroll got her story all wrong Now, for the first time, and through the help of a dedicated historian, Princess Alyss gets to tell her side of the story Hear about her harrowing escape through the Pool of Tears, the deep sadness she felt when her royal imagination began to fade, and what it is like to be a princess when everybody thinks you are just an ordinary little girl And finally, discover how Alyss reclaims her power of imagination to persevere in her wish to return to Wonderland.
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    1. Julie on said:

      This is a companion book to the Looking Glass Wars series by Frank Beddor I love those books so I thought I d at least take a peek at this volume It s a scrapbook by Princess Alyss Heart chronicling her time in England before she returned to Wonderland It includes lots of removable letters, etc and is mildly entertaining but not as fun as the actual books.

    2. Lexie on said:

      I picked this up when I picked up The Looking Glass Wars that is to say, during New York Comic Con 2009 when the author spun me a grand tale that had me enchanted I count myself extremely lucky as this seems very hard to find now I m a fan of those ology books honestly, I like books like that with little hidden messages and interactive things to read and handle Its a great way to get kids interested This book doesn t disappoint me at all in that respect There is nine different little letters and [...]

    3. Leanne on said:

      What a joy to read this beautiful book I didn t really enjoy the first book of the series by Frank Beddor, but picked this up because of the stunning cover.It didn t disappoint The art is delightful, the story is nice As an Alice fan, it is great fun to compare the stories I m now doubting if I should give the series by Frank Beddor another chance And I really want to re read AIW again.

    4. David Edmonds on said:

      Since I m on a roll of finishing what Looking Glass Wars books that I own, I decided on a quick reread of Princess Alyss of Wonderland, a scrapbook kept by Alyss during her early years with the Liddells It keeps with the assumption that Princess Alyss of Wonderland was actually lost in our world, and it is being presented here as a historical document, backing up the claims of the historians trying to shed light on the fact that Charles Dodgson got Alyss story completely wrong The book is well p [...]

    5. Jennifer Wardrip on said:

      Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooI fell in love with Frank Beddor s Alyss Heart in THE LOOKING GLASS WARS If you re a fan of the story, then you ll be impressed with this scrapbook, which includes beautiful illustrations, fun little cards, pull out flaps, and .Don t come into PRINCESS ALYSS OF WONDERLAND looking for a lot information on the story, though This is a companion of sorts to Frank Beddor s story of Alyss, Hatter Madigan, Dodge Anders, The Cat, the city of Wonderland, and Redd It s a be [...]

    6. Keely Hyslop on said:

      Simply delightful and almost too pretty to read this book would make a great gift Kind of like a pop up book for adults this book is filled to the brim with beautiful illustrations, fold out maps and documents, and removable letters Written as additional material to support The Looking Glass Wars novel, this book is Alyss journal during her time in London It documents her sufferings in the prison for children orphanage , her frustration at the unimaginativeness of her adopted family, the heartbr [...]

    7. Misty on said:

      I was looking through different retellings of Alice in Wonderland I saw the description that this was a scrapbook and it had me at scrapbook There are really sweet drawings and bits in here I m kind of an Alice in Wonderland loyalist so this was an experiment for myself, to see if I can handle dipping into a different version of one of my favorite stories of all time It wasdifferent but I like the message of not losing yourself or your imagination And there s a card game in the back, sweet.

    8. Sarah Crawford on said:

      This is a book that compliments the Looking Glass Wars series of books It s hardbound and large physically It s one of the types of books that have hand written entries and various little things to examine like letters, a map, and so forth It is wonderfully illustrated and it even contains two decks of cards of one suit with which people can play a variation of the game of War.If you like the Looking Glass Wars series, then this will be something you will definitely want to add to your collectio [...]

    9. Bianca on said:

      This book is beautiful You could call it a companion book, or prequel to Beddor s Looking Glass Wars, but is also a quirky tale of some bloke who retold Alyss Heart s story all wrong went on to be a highly successful author of a much loved children s classic The book is interactive and has some lovely illustrations that would intrigue any young or young at heart girl Great garage sale find.

    10. Antoinette on said:

      I enjoy this scrapbook than the actual series It was a very special birthday present, and it is filled with lovely little things My very favorite part is the deck of cards in the back Though I find the plot in the books lacking, the art is top notch This makes a wonderful companion to the books, looks great on a coffee table, and is very entertaining Really captures the spirit of the books, and combines aspects from Carroll s original Great fun.

    11. Drucilla on said:

      If you ve read The Looking Glass Wars trilogy before this book, it may seem repetitive However, the book is interactive and has some very gorgeous artwork This is a great introduction to The Looking Glass Wars trilogy for younger girls the same way that the Hatter M graphic novels are a great introduction for younger boys Although both are targeted towards a specific gender, I enjoyed both of these spin offs.

    12. Miss Clark on said:

      Enjoyable, fun activity and interactive book for children, especially the letters and the card deck, but the writing could be very difficult to decipher at times, especially for younger readers For those interested in it as a companion to Beddor s series, it does not contain any new information.

    13. Anouk van Amstel on said:

      This is the most awesome children book I bought it because I love Alice in Wonderland and so I was curious when I cam across this book The book is interactive, it is fun to read and the reading of this book is a whole experience I like how you get so much than just a children book The book itself is also very beautiful Great book D

    14. Amanda on said:

      Pointless I happened upon this at Half Price Books and it s really not worth the time to sit down on the floor at Half Price and read it It s kind of cool, ties in with the series, but really for small children.

    15. Erica Poole on said:

      Ok, this really isn t a reading book And by that I mean, it has stuff to read, but it is almost of a scrapbook that goes along with the Looking Glass Wars Trilogy by Frank Beddor Very wonderful illustration Very creative Only a fan of the series would really enjoy it though

    16. Bridget on said:

      It s pretty, and has some nifty illustrations, but I don t think I would have found it remotely interesting if I hadn t read The Looking Glass Wars.

    17. Mrs. O' Leary on said:

      Great book idea but poorly executed The characters were shallow and I found Redd to be a very shallow and somewhat cheesy antagonist She had cliche motives and bored me The plot was slow Overall, it was okay.

    18. Laura on said:

      Really quite beautiful artwork Mainly this was an overview of the first part of the first book Will definitely keep it for my permanent collection, though I can t let such a beautiful book part my company.

    19. Rosa on said:

      This books is a Alyss Heart s scrapbook from her early days spent in London It is extremely adorable but does require some knowledge of the series by Frank Beddor I love the little letters that are included I do wish it went a little further into Alyss life.

    20. Katie Morrow on said:

      A very colorful and interesting companion novel to the Looking Glass Wars series Beautiful art work and an interesting narration from a young Princess Alyss Heart make it a great addition to the story as a whole.

    21. Kristine on said:

      This little scrapbooky book was kind of fun, but I really think I would have enjoyed it if I were about 12 years old On the other hand, the books it was based on The Looking Glass Wars and Seeing Redd hadn t been written when I was twelve, so there you go.

    22. Andrea on said:

      I love these books with all of the interactive items tucked in them It really helps them actually_feel_like_a_journal Cute notes, fun sketches Great presentation, but nothing new for the series I was hoping for something to hint at the next bookoh well.

    23. Vera on said:

      Really charming book I haven t read the series, but I enjoyed the illustrations of the scrapbook It was quite inspiring.

    24. Hayley on said:

      Absolutely the most beautiful book o have read in a while With pull out letters and lush illustrations it s a must read

    25. Bibliofiendlm on said:

      I d view this as an excellent companion to the Looking Glass Wars book by Beddor even if this is categorized as a children s title Excellent graphics, tells the story of Alyss and is interactive.

    26. Stephanie on said:

      Just for fun to read Alyss inner thoughts about her experience

    27. Sara on said:

      Good book, interesting addition to the Looking Glass War Series if you enjoyed the series you ll enjoy this little addition Better than the Mad Hatter graphic novel, if ya ask me.

    28. Kristen McKay on said:

      aww read the first Looking Glass Wars then this You will really like it

    29. Wendy Robinson on said:

      Loved the concept and it inspired me and made me want to journal beautiful

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