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Lewis Carroll

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Jabberwocky Poem by Lewis Carroll

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Community Reviews

One of the cool things about poems is the idea that everyone hears or sees something different in them. In this version of the Jabberwocky, the illustrator envisions the clash as a one on one basketball game between to extremely unmatched opponents. The illustrations and colors used in this book...more

Stephane Jorisch’s imaginative interpretative illustrations brings the nonsensical poem to a higher level.

I've always loved this poem and I spotted this at the library today. There are some fantastic (in many senses of the word) drawings. This helped bring out the poem's charm, even if things weren't quite as I envisioned them in my head. Awesome edition of this classic poem!

I bought this for the illustration, having discovered it during a Pinterest trawl. Graeme Base is an Australian artist, and brings an exoticism to the poem which works well with the verbal inventiveness of the text. Strange beasts and birds frolic through the pages (gyring and gimbling in the wab...more

I really liked the poem, I thought it was nonsense but really nice.
My complaint is specific to this audiobook that I was listening to, and that was the background effects. They fit with the poem but they were rather distracting and for how short the poem actually is, I don't feel that it needed...more

This has been a firm favourite of mine throughout the years. Instead of a bedtime story from my Mum or Dad, I demanded The Jabberwocky. It never got old, it never got tiresome. Sure, it's essentially a lot of nonsense, but that is what makes it so wonderful.

Review of this particular edition, GOODREADS, yes, different editions are not interchangeable; why do you have such difficulty grasping that?
(If anyone wondered, no, I did not listen to the Bible in Spanish on audiobook.)

The text is the poem "Jabberwocky"; I'm sure you know it, but I'll post the text in a spo...more

By Lewis Carroll

"’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

“Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!...more

I've been reading my four-year-old all the editions of Jabberwocky I can get my hands on, because he loves the poem. I found this one in the teen section and it should definitely stay there. :)

The illustrations seem to depict some sort of futuristic, fantastic military society and I d...more

Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll

This classic poem is printed throughout the book with stunning illustrations by Stephane Jorisch that helps the visualizations come to life. This interactive book helps grab the interest of 3-5 grade students although quite gruesome. This poem is filled wit...more

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