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Dec 15 2015

What would Alice do? Advice for the modern woman by Lewis Carroll

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Pan Macmillan, 2015. ISBN 9781447288527
(Age: 14+) Recommended. I personally quite liked What Would Alice Do? Though it is a little unusual, the book is filled with quick, handy hints for the 'modern woman'. Each piece of advice comes with a quote from the Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass books. The book itself is split into sections such as: Alice on being inspirational, taking risks and being brave.
All in all, What Would Alice Do? is a great little book of hints and wisdom.
I would recommend this to girls from the age 14+ as some of the language and wording is a bit old fashioned.
Rebekah A. (Year 8 student)

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