101 Famous Quotes From Alice In Wonderland



Do You Love
Alice in Wonderland?

If You Do, Then Here’s Some
Exiting News For You!

You Can Now Put The Magic Of Wonderland
Into Your Everyday Life With These
Fantastical Quotes:

‘101 Famous Quotes From
Alice In Wonderland’

Curiouser and curiouser.

“Curiouser and curiouser”


Have you ever wondered where does a famous quote like “Curiouser and curiouser!” come from?

You might know that it is from the Alice in Wonderland -book, but do you know exactly what made Alice voice these famous words?

Well, this interactive book will give you the answer in a second!

These Quirky, Illustrated Quotes Will Take You
to the Magical World of Wonderland!

Use them in daily life to uplift your spirits and put a smile on your friend’s face! Because we all love putting smiles on peoples faces.

Quickly Find That Clever Alice Quote
For Any Purpose:

Alice in Wonderland Be the Alice in Wonderland Expert at Parties
Alice in Wonderland Challenge Your Friends with a Quiz, Because You Know All the Answers
Alice in Wonderland Spice Up Small Talk & Conversation
Alice in Wonderland Find New Meanings in a Quote
Alice in Wonderland Get Inspired by the Wisdom of Alice
Alice in Wonderland Pick Your Alice Quote For the Day
Alice in Wonderland Brighten Up Your Friend’s Mood
Alice in Wonderland Use a Witty Quote in a Wedding Speech
Alice in Wonderland Great for Scrapbooking and Card Making
Alice in Wonderland Lighten Up Business Meetings and Presentations
Alice in Wonderland Post Them To Your Facebook or MySpace Page

These Quotes are Humorous also Enlightening,
a Wonderful Mix of Satire and Wisdom.

They are Quirky and Intriguing,
Full of Meaning and Life’s Philosophy.



Here are some fun facts about  “Alice in wonder land”.

  • Alice was a real girl. It was the daughter of Henry Liddell, this was Lewis Carroll’s boss at Christ Church College at Oxford.
  • The Dodo bird was based off of Carroll himself.
  • Alice in wonderland was a 12 minute film produced in 1903. It was also the longest film produced in Britain at that time.
  • In the book Alice was a blonde, In real life she has brunette hair.
  • Lewis Carroll’s real name is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.
  • In 1931 China would banned on theses novels because China believed that “animals shouldn’t use human language”.
  • It’s first publication was in November, 1865.
  • The Mock turtle soup is real. This is a soup that was consumed in the Victoria times. The recipe for this soup included brains, hoof and also head.


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