One of my favorite 'children's' stories is Alice in Wonderland. I love the nonsense, the dialogue, the surrealism. I've read a few stories and biographies about Alice Liddell and Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll). I love the imagery - both Tenniel's original drawings, and myriad artworks that have been inspired by the story. Some of my favorite parts: First meeting Cheshire Cat, the pig baby, the pool of tears, and the cards painting the roses. I rather liked Tim Burton's rendition, I love the many films about it (yes, even the SyFy channel)... I just don't care for the Disney version very much... not sure exactly why. That Alice doesn't feel like my Alice. This does, though: