The Complete Alice – Pan Macmillan

10502064_10153349023750446_3688794700960237960_nThere have been many iterations over the years of the phenomenon that is ‘Alice‘, but none more so sumptuous or as decadent as this.

This new treasury from Macmillan, the original publishers of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ (1865), celebrates an incredible 150 years since the eponymous book was first published.

148719_10153349023710446_6869634918035055339_nThe Complete Alice‘ is a lavish and hefty ode to a timeless classic and brings together both of Alice’s iconic adventures.

A die cut cover, embossed with delicate foiled leaves and regal red foiled pages, this would make a perfect and unique gift for any Alice fan, whatever their age.

Featuring exclusive unseen material from the Macmillan archives, a rarely seen episode ‘The Wasp in a Wig’ and a foreword by Philip Pullman, this is bound to be a highly sought after edition.

10930165_10153349023660446_8522411153829862737_nThis has to be our favourite production to date and one we will treasure. It will no doubt be gifted on many future occasions, for those we know who will appreciate this perfect package.

Complete with reproduced illustrations by John Tenniel, in full and glorious colour, this volume contains both ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland‘ and its sequel, ‘Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There‘.


Macmillan have certainly done Alice proud and have most definitely captured the original magic that drew everyone to this iconic female lead.

Read more about The Macmillan Alice and interesting details about the colour of her dress, the inspirational characters and take a walk through Alice history via the timeline.

This treasure publishes on Saturday 4th July, otherwise known as ‘Alice Day‘. Keep your eyes peeled for more events to celebrate this influential children’s book.


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