Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the sixth best-selling novel of all time, may owe its very existence to a serendipitous canoeing excursion on July 4, 1862 when Charles Dodgson invented a story to entertain 3 young girls who were aboard. It was about going down a rabbit hole and entering a world where logic is turned on its head. Three years later to the day, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was published under Dodgson's pseudonym, Lewis Carroll.
In the one hundred and fifty plus years since, the book has stayed in print and the story has stayed the same. But the illustrators have not. Many illustrators, including some of great renown, have added their rendition of the wonderful "Wonderland." Here are a few we have on hand.