Charles Dodgson, with the pen name Lewis Carroll, was an English author born in Daresbury, England on January 27th, 1832. One of his greatest influences in life and his writings, were his relationship with children. His stammer seemed to go away when talking to them, and his love for creating fantasy stories flourished. His inspiration for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was one of his friend’s daughter, George Liddell. Carroll thus wrote his greatest story in 1865, to the request of the little girl named Alice. Following the success of his book, he went on to write Through the Looking- Glass and What Alice Found There in 1971. His original book soon became one of the most popular children’s books in the world (Lewis Carroll, 2015).