Paperback Editions

Shown here are a few of the many paperback editions that have appeared over the years. The first Macmillan paperback edition was a reprint of the sixpenny edition in 1898.
The earliest paperback I could find, otherwise, was published by Benn in c1907 with illustrations by Brinsley Le Fanu, which is shown at;


Published by Mellifont Press London, undated with a few black & white illustrations in the text by an un-named artist.



Published by E. J. Arnold, Leeds in the Bright Story Readers series, undated. The illustrations are photographs of the production of 'Alice in Wonderland' adapted by Clemence Dane with music by Richard Addinsell, presented by Tom Arnold and Ivan Novello.




Published by Penguin in the Puffin series in 1946 (Alice) & 1948 (Looking-Glass). The illustrations are by Tenniel and there is an introduction to each by Eleanor Graham







Published by Gulliver Books, Devon, undated with two full page black & white illustrations by an unnamed artist.
Published by Philip & Tacey, London in the Riverside Readers series, undated. Illustrated in black & white by Helen Jacobs on almost evey page.
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The first is published by Banbury Books, undated (c1967) with illustrations by Tenniel and 25 full colour pictures from Jonathan Miller's  BBC TV production, the forward is by Woodrow Wyatt.
The second is published by Pan Books in the Piccolo series in 1974, with photographs from Josef Shaftel's musical film.