HELPING KIDS CELEBRATE LEWIS CARROLL’S BIRTHDAY
Duke and Daisy share birthday fun for the author of the classic children’s book, Alice in Wonderland. They like Alice Wonderland’s things to help kids learn from the fun experience when Alice falls down the Rabbit Hole. Such lessons: 1.) Without taking a risk, you don’t grow. 2) Discover who you really are. 3) Accept differences in others. 4) Don’t get stuck in the past. 5.) Stand up for yourself.
Lewis Carroll facts for kids
If your children are interested in knowing about Lewis Carroll, Duke and Daisy, share these interesting facts about this great author.
Lewis Carroll in 1856, self-portrait
Lewis Carroll was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Daresbury, Cheshire, 27 January 1832 – Guildford, Surrey, 14 January 1898). Dodgson was an Oxford don, a logician (mathematics expert), a writer, a poet, an Anglican clergyman, and a photographer.
He is most famous for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which he told a young friend, Alice Liddell, when he took the girl and two sisters on a boat trip. Alice enjoyed the story and asked Dodgson to write it down. Carroll then wrote a second story about Alice called Through the Looking-Glass. Both stories are still popular all over the world.
Of course, Duke and Daisy share the famous book for kids to read along with another book by this great author.
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
The story revolves around a girl Alice and her adventures in a wonderland, she arrives in the wonderland by chasing a rabbit, and all the events are outright interesting, fun, and exciting to read.
The Walrus and The Carpenter by Lewis Carroll
The book features the story of the characters mentioned in the title in a nonsense world, a seashore basically where they are walking and come across some seashells. The story from there is entertaining and imaginative a must-read for fantasy lovers.
Daisy was busy creating some fun print outs for kids to print and cut out to have some fun with Alice and her tea party friends.