Alice In Wonderland stamps celebrate 150th anniversary
Royal Mail have launched a special collection of stamps to celebrate 150 years since the classic book Alice In Wonderland was published.
It has been 150 years since Charles Lutwidge Dodgson - better known as Lewis Carroll - first told this classic tale to entertain a group of children on a boat trip in 1862. The book has become one of the all-time great children's books.
The illustrator Grahame Baker-Smith said "The most difficult thing was consistency and working on such a small scale".
To celebrate the anniversary the Royal Mail has issued a new set of stamps that depict popular scenes from the book including the Mad Hatter's tea party.
Lots of the characters are included in the collection including Alice herself, the White rabbit and the Cheshire cat.