Alice in Wonderland by Storynory
Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland read by Natasha of Storynory. A free audio book podcast.
Through the Looking Glass 3Mar 15, 2010
Alice meets some very unusual insects and suddenly finds herself on a strange train journey without a ticket. If you have wondered about what a bread and butter fly looks like, or what a horse fly sounds like, listen on. By the way, this chapter ends rather suddenly.
Through the Looking-Glass 2Mar 7, 2010
St. David of WalesFeb 10, 2009
Through the Looking-Glass 1Jan 6, 2008
Alice In Wonderland Chapter 12Dec 1, 2007
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 11Nov 9, 2007
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 10Oct 9, 2007
The Lobster Quadrille. The Mock Turtle and The Gryphon dance. And then they sing "Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail. There's a porpoise close behind us, and he's treading on my tail."
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 9Jul 16, 2007
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 8May 22, 2007
The Queen's Croquet-Ground. It is a wonder that anybody is left alive, the Queen is so busy calling for the executioners. The Queen meets her match though in the disappearing form of the Cheshire cat.
Alice In Wonderland Chapter 7Apr 2, 2007
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party - one of the most famous of all chapters in children's literature - is here presented in all its wonderful lunacy. A mad March Hare, an even madder Hatter, and a dozy dormouse provide company for Alice at tea table where the party never ceases because time is stuck perpetually at 6pm.
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 6Mar 12, 2007
Pig and Pepper. We meet the Duchess, roughly handling a baby who looks like a pig, and the Cheshire cat who likes to vanish leaving only his grin behind. All this and two footmen who look like fish.
Alice In Wonderland Chapter 5Feb 6, 2007
Advice from a Caterpillar. Our shrunken heroine meets a caterpillar who infuriates her with his curt contradictions. Next she is accused by a pigeon of being a serpent, and Alice is forced to admit that she does eat eggs sometimes.
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 4Jan 1, 2007
The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill. Alice tries to help out the white rabbit, but grows so large that she is bursting out of his house. She is besieged by small animals and has a confrontation with a enormous puppy.
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 3Nov 6, 2006
A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale. The Dodo bird is far from dead. The mouse tells a very "dry" history to try and dry out Alice and the other creatures who are still wet from swimming in the pool of tears. They run a race (a caucus race is actually an election).
Alice, Chapter 2: The Pool of TearsOct 15, 2006
The Pool of Tears. Alice continues her out-of-the way experience as she stretches like a telescope, and then almost shrinks away alltogether. She has a wonderful conversation with her feet, and she dreadfully offends a mouse. It all ends in tears - so many tears that Alice and the mouse are swimming in them.