If you are in Massachussetts... This Sunday at the Edith Wharton House.

Hallo, hallo, hallo!

I am delighted to invite and any other children you might like to spend the afternoon to a Mad Hatter's Tea Party in the gardens at Edith Wharton's home The Mount this coming Sunday to celebrate the release of the 150th anniversary audiobook edition of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass narrated by Alison Larkin!

There will be prizes. Prizes! And children's activities and croquet on the lawn. Come in costume or just come! Details below. (You can get a FREE copy with a one month TRIAL subscription to Audible or you can just buy it as an immediate download for yourself or email it as a gift, by clicking here.)

Here are the official details!

Yours, The Mad Hatter p.s. Why IS a raven like a writing desk?

Celebrate the release of the 150th anniversary audiobook edition of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, narrated by Alison Larkin with a cup of tea, scrumptious sweets, childrenís activities, and a reading! The Mountís formal gardens will come alive with the spirit of Lewis Carrollís childhood classic Ė party guests can play croquet on the grass terraces and eat petit fours in the pergola. Costumes are encouraged!
At 4:00 pm, award-winning audiobook narrator Alison Larkin will give a reading of the famous Mad Hatterís Tea Party scene. To pre-order a copy of this delightful new recording click here!

Whartonís own battered copy of Alice in Wonderland is housed in The Mountís Library.

Advance reservations are strongly encouraged. For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 413-551-5100 or visit EdithWharton.org.

Presented in partnership with Berkshire Family Focus.
www.alisonlarkin.com.