A captivating new series to spark the imagination and breathe new life into classic works. Ever wanted to illustrate a book? Now you can. Alice in Wonderland was first illustrated by Sir John Tenniel. He was paid £138 for his drawings. However, Lewis Carroll gave him so many instructions that he initially refused to illustrate the sequel, writing 'Dodgson is impossible!' Both men were extremely proud of the final result: the pair even recalled the entire first run of this book, just so they could improve the printing of his illustrations. This volume contains the complete text of this classic title, along with over 50 empty frames - waiting to be filled with your own art.