Twas brillig--and Albert is vacationing with his family in The Valley of Enchantment in Redwoods National Park in California when something goes very, VERY wrong. Albert suddenly finds himself without cell phone service, and is forced to deal with slithy toves, mome raths, borogoves, and a pretty girl named Alice. The only way that Albert can ever return home, he's told, is by slaying the Jabberwock, the monster featured in Lewis Carroll's classic poem, “Jabberwocky”; and then getting into the cave of a snark, which is, unfortunately, a boojum. Wonderland was never so much fun--or so dangerous! This modern-day sequel to Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books is a middle-grade novel for kids--and for adults who can still remember when they were kids. Great fantasy adventure!