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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Anders Roseberg’s Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Other Wonderland Tales is a children’s picture book that takes readers into the daily lives of two brothers from the beloved children’s tale, Alice in Wonderland. The two brothers may look alike, but as the book describes, they have vastly different tastes and personalities. Roseberg puts to the page a lovely sing-song narrative that doesn’t disappoint its readers and is sure to gain a smile or laugh from children as well as adults. Alex Preyzner engages readers with colorful whimsical illustrations that peek up at the booklover, inviting them in to gaze at silly situations and spectacles. A certain feline was one of my particular favorite characters that appeared in the book.
Anders Roseberg’s Tweedledee and Tweedledum reminded me why I love children’s books and always will. There is something intrinsic that stirs within the pages of Tweedledee and Tweedledum that has the ability to restore our own childhoods. Perhaps, it is the connection to Alice in Wonderland, a book and a movie we’ve all grown up to love. But there is something outside of even that, something that is uniquely Roseberg’s and Preyzner’s. A voice and a picture that pushes all who read it to feel childlike themselves. The ability to rewind the years of adulthood and bring back happiness and laughter at something that may at first appear simplistic, but is much, much more. Roseberg’s Tweedledee and Tweedledum would be a wonderful addition to anyone’s virtual or physical bookshelf, and would also be perfectly placed in a children’s school library.