Alice in Wonderland, Retold in Words of One Syllable

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Produced by Chuck Greif, Jason Isbell and The Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND RETOLD IN WORDS OF ONE SYLLABLE By MRS. J.C. GORHAM FULLY ILLUSTRATED A.L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS, NEW YORK COPYRIGHT 1905 * * * * * CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE CHAPTER II. THE POOL OF TEARS CHAPTER III. A RACE CHAPTER IV. THE RABBIT SENDS IN A BILL CHAPTER V. A CATERPILLAR TELLS ALICE WHAT TO DO CHAPTER VI. PIG AND PEPPER CHAPTER VII. A MAD TEA PARTY CHAPTER VIII. THE QUEEN'S CROQUET GROUND CHAPTER IX. THE MOCK TURTLE CHAPTER X. THE LOBSTER DANCE CHAPTER XI. WHO STOLE THE TARTS? CHAPTER XII. ALICE ON THE STAND CHAPTER I. DOWN THE RAB-BIT HOLE. Al-ice had sat on the bank by her sis-ter till she was tired. Once or twice she had looked at the book her sis-ter held in her hand, but there were no pict-ures in it, "and what is the use of a book," thought Alice, "with-out pict-ures?" She asked her-self as well as she could, for the hot day made her feel quite dull, if it would be worth while to get up and pick some dai-sies to make a chain. Just then a white rab-bit with pink eyes ran close by her. That was not such a strange thing, nor did Alice think it so much out of the way to hear the Rab-bit say, "Oh dear! Oh, dear! I shall be late!" But when the Rab-bit took a watch out of its pock-et, and looked at it and then ran on, Al-ice start-ed to her feet, for she knew that was the first time she had seen a Rab-bit with a watch. She jumped up and ran to get a look at it, and was just in time to see it pop down a large rab-bit hole near the hedge. As fast as she could go, Al-ice went down the hole af-ter it, and did not once stop to think how in the world she was to get out. The hole went straight on for some way and then turned down with a sharp bend, so sharp that Al-ice had no time to think to stop till she found her-self fall-ing in what seemed a deep well. She must not have moved fast, or the well must have been quite deep, for it took her a long time to go down, and as she went she had time to look at the strange things she passed. First she tried to look down and make out what was there, but it was too dark to see; then she looked at the sides of the well and saw that they were piled with book-shelves; here and there she saw maps hung on pegs. She took down a jar from one of the shelves as she passed. On it was the word Jam, but there was no jam in it, so she put it back on one of the shelves as she fell past it. "Well," thought Al-ice to her-self, "af-ter such a fall as this, I shall not mind a fall down stairs at all. How brave they'll all think me at home! Why, I wouldn't say a thing if I fell off the top of the house." (Which I dare say was quite true.)

Lewis Carroll and Mrs. Gorham J. C.

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