There are several hundreds of different illustrated versions of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Including them all in this list would be a daunting task, and to my mind maybe not so useful, as some are much more beautiful than others. The illustrated bibliography below therefore includes only those editions that really stand out in some special way. It is mainly focused on English language editions, but there are also a few foreign language editions because they are just too stunning to leave out. If you’d like to see inside the books, I also have a great youtube video that gives you an ‘illustrated tour’ of many of the Alice books on my own bookshelf, and there’s also a blog post with a little bit of the history.
I’d love to know which edition is your favourite (or, if you’re like me, which long list of editions are your favourites, because it’s too hard to narrow down to just one), so please share! And also if you think there is an amazing edition that should be included in the list, definitely do suggest it 🙂
The Best and Prettiest Alice Books...
|Alice’s Adventures Underground||Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll)||1985: Pavilion Books|
2010: Folio Society/British Library (LE)
2015: Sterling (illustrated by Charles Santore)
|Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) presented a hand-written copy of the story he wrote for Alice Liddell to her for Christmas in 1864.
Several facsimiles of the book area available – the most luxurious is the leather-bound Folio Society/British Library limited edition, which is accompanied by a companion booklet by Sally Brown.
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland + Through the Looking-Glass||John Tenniel||1865 (original): Macmillan|
1975: Franklin Library
2015 (The Complete Alice): Macmillan
|If you are after a copy of Alice with Tenniel’s iconic illustrations, I highly recommend The Complete Alice, including both Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, is really the ultimate edition of Lewis Carroll’s much-loved classic, from the original publisher, Macmillan. If you only want one classic edition of Alice in Wonderland, then this is the one I think you should get.
Packed full of amazing exclusive extra features from the Macmillan archive and a foreword by Philip Pullman, The Complete Alice also has a glorious die-cut cover with intricate embossed two foil detail, head and tail bands, red foiled edges and a ribbon marker – all making this a gift edition to treasure forever.
|The Macmillan Alice Pack of Cards||John Tenniel||2015: Macmillan||This fabulous deck of fifty-two large size Alice in Wonderland-themed playing cards feature Tenniel’s iconic images from the original books. They are gorgeous and absolutely worth the money.|
|The Nursery Alice||John Tenniel & Emily Gertrude Thomson||1890: Nursery Alice|
2015 (facsimile): Macmillan
|The Nursery Alice, originally published by Macmillan & Co. in 1890, was the very first colour edition of Alice. With a new, younger readership in mind, Carroll rewrote Alice, simplifying and abridging the original text, while Tenniel redrew, enlarged and coloured twenty of his iconic illustrations (with Alice here in a yellow dress), along with the delightful cover artwork by Emily Gertrude Thomson.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Peter Newell||1901: Harper USA||Newell was an American artist and writer, who was also known for his humorous drawings and poems from the 1880s and 90s. His soft pencil drawings were much friendlier than Tenniel’s edgy pen and ink.|
| ||The “Little Folks” Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland|
The “Little Folks” Through the Looking-Glass
|John Tenniel||1907: Macmillan|
2015 (facsimile): Macmillan
|The ‘Little Folks’ edition is a charming miniature edition of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale which was specially abridged for younger readers. I am typically not a huge fan of abridged texts, but this version was actually done by the author himself. Both volumes feature more than 30 brightly coloured illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, featuring Alice in a red dress. With luxurious red Wibalin binding and gold sprayed edges.|
| ||Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Arthur Rackham||1907: William Heinemann|
2008 (facsimile, LE): Easton Press
2018: Flame Tree Studio
|Rackham’s Alice is charming, and his images are beautiful yet also capture the mystery of the work. Many artists see his artwork for this edition as the pinnacle of Alice illustration.
Easton Press recently released a gorgeous facsimile edition in white leather, limited to 800 copies. But, more affordably, Flame Tree Studio has just released a nice edition featuring artwork by both John Tenniel and Arthur Rackham (b&w iamges only though).
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Charles Robinson||1907: Cassell|
1981: Franklin LIbrary
|Also look out for the nice Franklin Library edition.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Mabel Lucie Atwell||1910: Raphael Tuck|
|Atwell is most famous for her trademark style of cuddly, chubby cheeked children and her version of Alice is very innocent and sweet.
Macmillan reprinted a beautiful gift edition in 2017.
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Alice B Woodward||1913: Bell|
|Alice B Woodward was an English illustrator, known both for her children’s literature as well as for her scientific illustrations. 16 colour illustrations in her version.
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Margaret W Tarrant||1916: Ward Lock||48 illustrations by the illustrator of the|
|Songs from Alice (OOP)||Charles Folkard||1921: Black|
|The poems from the Alice books set to music by Lucy E Broadwood, published by Black in 1921, reprinted 1978.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Gwynedd M Hudson||1922: Hodder & Stoughton|
|Hudson was known as a poster artist, and her Alice is subdued and quite dark in tone.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Willy Pogany||1929: Dutton|
|Pogany was a Hungarian illustrator, heavily influenced by Asian art, and his illustrations have a distinctively 20’s feel, with Alice looking like a little flapper. Dover put out an inexpensive reprint in 2009.|
|The Children’s Alice (OOP)||Honor C Appleton||1936: Harrap|
|Adapted by F Lee, colour frontispiece and B&W illustrations by Appleton.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Rene Cloke||1943: Gawthorne||A very playful Alice drawn in classic 40’s illustration style. There have been multiple versions of this edition released and although it’s out of print at the moment, it is fairly easy to find second hand.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)|
Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)
|Mervyn Peake||1946: Zephyr, Sweden|
1654: Wingate, London
2001: Bloomsbury (reprint)
|Peake was born and spent his childhood in China. He is most famous for his Gormenghast series, and his illustrations for Alice are stunning black and white drawings brilliantly capture the dangerous nature of Wonderland.|
|Alice au pays des merveilles (OOP)||Adrienne Segur||1949 (French): Flammarion||Ségur’s images are wonderfully delightful in any setting, but they are produced in an unusually large format for this 1949 edition that is absolutely sublime. *French language edition|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Leonard Weisgard||1949: Harper||One of the earliest colour editions. mid-century graphic style.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Willy Schermelé||1950: Juvenile Productions||This is an abridgement of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” for very young children. Wilhelmina Schermelé was a Dutch illustrator and author of children’s books including the “Winkie” series. Her wonderland has a very classic 50s fairyland feel to it.|
|Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland||Mary Blair||1950: Disney|
2016 (re-release): Disney Press
|This edition is a whimsical retelling of the Alice story, illustrated with concept art for the original Disney movie by Mary Blair. It was re-released in 2016.|
|The Annotated Alice||Martin Gardner||1960: Norton|
2018 (omnibus): WW Norton & Co
|Lewis Carroll’s mathematical riddles and curious wordplay, ingeniously embedded throughout the Alice works, are delightfully decoded and presented in the margins of the text, along with original correspondence, amusing anecdotal detours, and fanciful illustrations by Salvador Dali, Beatrix Potter, Ralph Steadman, and a host of other famous artists.|
|Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass (OOP)||Pauline Baynes||1960: Blackie||Alice by the well known illustrator of Narnia and Middle Earth. Colour frontispiece and b&w internal illustrations.|
|Alice Through The Pillar-Box and what she found there, a philatelic fantasy (OOP)||Gerald M King||1965||In 1965, Gerald M. King decided that since the G.P.O. was not celebrating the centennial anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland with a commemorative stamp, he would create his own set of fantasy stamp designs. This idea grew until it evolved into a book brimming with clever references to the story and showcasing Mr. King’s clear love of philately. In it Wonderland stamps and envelopes sent through the Wonderland post to and from various characters are paired with relevant quotes from the books and various notes about the fantasy artefacts and their origins.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Tove Jansson||1966: Swedish edition|
1977: Delacorte Press
2011: Tate Publishing
|Swedish edition, 1966; first English-language edition published in 1977 by Delacorte Press, New York; first UK edition by Tate Publishing in 2011. Tove is the Swedish-speaking Finiish artist best known for her Moomin world. Her fantastical Alice is a delight and was recently published in English for the first time in 2011 by London’s Tate Museum.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Ralph Steadman||1967: Dobson|
1986: Jonathan Cape
|Alice published by Dobson in 1967 & Looking-Glass published by MacGibbon & Kee in 1972, and reprinted by Jonathan Cape in 1986.
Steadman is best known for his ink-blot style drawings. His Alice is audacious and irreverent, and occasionally inappropriate, so it’s definitely a version for adults.
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Janet & Anne Grahame Johnstone||1968: World Distributors||The Grahame Johnston twin’s version of Alice was published by World Distributors in 1968. These British sisters are best known for their delicate and detailed artwork and their Wonderland is a bright and playful place.
See the Grahame Johnstone twins’ illustrated bibliography for more of their work.
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Salvador Dalí||1969 (Signed Limited Edition): Maecenas Press|
2015: Princeton Press
|In 1969, Spanish artist Salvador Dali was commissioned by New York’s Maecenas Press-Random House to illustrate a special edition of the Carroll classic, consisting of 12 heliogravures — one for each chapter of the book and an original signed etching in four colors as the frontispiece. His vibrantly coloured bizarre and surrealist style emphasizes the absurdities and dream-like qualities of Wonderland.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Kuniyoshi Kaneko||1974: Olivetti||Profusely and dreamily illustrated in colour and black and white by Japanese artist Kaneko.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Moritz Kennel||1975: Phaidon||Kennel uses vibrant colours and strong shapes in the illustrations, giving them a strong 70’s vibe. He was also known as an illustrator of Little Golden Books (e.g. Old Macdonald Had A Farm).|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)|
Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)
|Barry Moser||1982: Pennyroyal Press||Alice was published in a limited edition by Pennyroyal in 1982 & Looking-Glass the same year. American artist Barry Moser won an American Book Award for design and illustration for this edition of Alice, which contains incredible and intricate illustrations of Wonderland. There are a few versions available, but look out for the superior Pennyroyal Press edition if you can.|
|Alice in Puzzle-Land||Raymond M. Smullyan||1984: Penguin|
2011 (reprint): Dover
|This book contains a range of puzzles dealing with word play and logic, mathematics and philosophy, all featuring Alice and the creatures of Wonderland.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Justin Todd||1984: Gollancz||. Justin is a British illustrator whose Wonderland is bright and beautiful and extremely detailed through his work in gouche with extremely fine brushes.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Anthony Browne||1985: MacRae||Browne has a very different take on Wonderland, with his Alice in green and his Hatter wearing 6 hats. Anthony won the the Kurt Maschler Award for his interpretation.|
|Alice Through The Needle’s Eye: An Authorised Sequel||Gilbert Adair||1985: Macmillan|
2012 (PB): Evertype
|Alice is trying to thread a needle by the fire on a snowy afternoon, when she finds herself in an alphabetical land populated by Siamese-Twin Cats (joined at the tail), the Welsh Rabbit (with his toasted cheese), the Kangaroo, the spelling bees, the Italian Hairdresser who uses a small crocodile as a pair of scissors, Jack and Jill, and best of all, the Grampus.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Marvel Comics||1988: Marvel Comics||This Marvel comic adaptation was published in the late 80s, and although the artist is uncredited I think it’s possibly John Ridgway|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Peter Weevers||1989: Hutchinson||Weever’s tale showcases a classic Alice presented in elegant watercolours.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)|
Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)
|Malcolm Ashman||1989/1990: Dragon’s World/Belitha Press||Looking-Glass published by Dragon’s World/Belitha Press in 1989 and Alice in 1990. Ashman works primarily with oil and watercolour, yet his illustrations suggest a surprisingly realistic and concrete interpretation of Wonderland.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Gavin O’Keefe||1990: Carrol Foundation, Melbourne||The black & white illustrations by Australian artist Gavin O’Keefe are charmingly creepy.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Greg Hildebrandt||1990: Unicorn|
2006: Running Press (omnibus)
|Greg and his twin brother are famous for their science fiction and fantasy illustrations, and his Alice is very colourful and filled with childlike wonder. I have a version incorporated in an omnibus put out by Running Press in 2006, which is pretty good value.|
|Alitji in Dreamland (OOP)||Nancy Sheppard, illustrated by Donna Leslie||1992: Simon & Schuster||This retelling is set in aboriginal Australia, the white rabbit becomes a white kangaroo and the red queen is a witch spirit.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Alice Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)||Dagmar Berkova||1992: Treasure Press||Despite the hideous cover, this omnibus of the Alice books features some really lovely illustrations by Czech artist Dagmar Berkova.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Angel Dominguez||1996: Workman Publishing|
2015 (limited edition): Inky Press
|limited edition signed by the artist. Standard edition published by Artisan.|
| ||Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland|
Alice Through the Looking-Glass
|Helen Oxenbury||1999: Walker Books|
2018: Walker Books (boxed set)
|Oxenbury’s Alice was published by Walker in a signed limited edition in 1999 & Looking-Glass in 2005. Her Alice is a confident blonde child set in the modern era, and nearly every spread contains either a spot drawing or watercolour painting. Oxenbury won the Kate Greenaway Medal and the Kurt Maschler Award for Alice.
Also available in a boxed set of 22 small volumes for children.
|Alice in Wonderland||Lisbeth Zwerger||1999: North-South Books|
2016 (mini-book): North-South
|Enchanting, soft watercolours feature a delightful Wonderland of whimsy.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Pop-Up Book||Robert Sabuda||2003: Simon & Schuster|
2003 (Limited Edition) Simon & Schuster
|A most incredible pop-up book with 7 spreads that include breathtaking supersized popups along with extra popups contained in the mini story books.
The LE is signed and includes an additional pop-up and a turquoise slipcase.
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Michael Foreman||2004: Sterling||A sweet Alice by veteran children’s illustrator Michael Foreman.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)||Anne Bachelier||2005: CFM Gallery||Anne Bachelier’s Alice was published in a limited edition of 600 by the CFM Gallery in 2005. It has over a hundred gorgeous mystical illustrations, including giant fold-outs.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Alison Jay||2006: Dial Books for Young Readers||Alison is a London illustrator who works with oil on paper, often adding a crackle vasnish to give an aged appearance. Her Wonderland board book shows a colourful and friendly place.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Rodney Matthews||2008: Templar||Alice as seen through the eyes of top British fantasy illustrator Rodney Matthews. Lovely fantastical illustrations, set in an interplanetary Wonderland landscape, including six double-page artworks. Part of the Templar Collector’s Classics series.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland|
Through the Looking-Glass
|Robert Ingpen||2009: Walker Books||Published by Walker Books 2009, Looking-Glass published by Templar 2015, new editions by Palazzo. Over 70 lush watercolours capture a stunning Wonderland.|
|Through the Looking-Glass (OOP)||John Vernon Lord||2009: Artist’s Choice||Published in a limited edition by Artist’s Choice in 2009 and Looking-Glass in 2011. His bright and light filled illustrations cleverly capture the nonsensical aspects of Wonderland.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Oleg Lipchenko||2009: Tundra Books||A large format edition lavishly illustrated by Ukrainian-Canadian artist Lipchenko with Wonderland laid out in stunning pencil/charcoal drawings.|
|Wonderland (OOP)||Tommy Kovac, ilustrated by Sonny Liew||2011: Disney Press||A new angle on Alice in Wonderland told from the point of view of Mary Ann, the White Rabbit’s housemaid. This is a collected edition of separately released comic books.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Camille Rose Garcia||2010: HarperCollins||Camille Rose Garcia is an American artist, and her Alice is created in a creepy cartoon style that highlights some of the darker elements of Wonderland.|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Jill Thompson & Jenny Frison||2010||A bind-up of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with Through the Looking Glass. A manga-like Jill Thompson cover, which is a little misleading, because the interior chapter illustrations are in a softer style by Jenny Frison|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Zdenko Basic||2010: Carlton Books||Lewis Carroll’s classic story is retold by Harriet Castor. Lovely stylised illustrations by Zdenko, with pop-up playing cards and pull-tabs etc.
*Do not get the very inferior paperback version, which is missing all of the interactive elements.
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Robert Dunn, adaptation by Ronne Randall||2010: QED Publishing||A simple version for children|
|Alice in Wonderland Through the Visual Arts||Gavin Delahunty||2011: Tate Publishing||Examines a wide range of the art that has been inspired by the Alice stories, including Lewis Carroll’s original illustrations, Tenniel’s iconic characterisations, Victorian games based on Alice, Surrealist paintings, sculpture, artist’s books, film, psychedelia, comics, photography and installation.|
|Alice in Wonderland|
Through the Looking-Glass
|Emma Chichester Clark||2011: HarperCollins||Abridged text and sweet illustrations makes this a picture book for children, with a bright cover and bright but gentle watercolours inside.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Yayoi Kusama||2012: Penguin||Since childhood, Kusama has had a rare condition that makes her see colorful spots on everything she looks at. Her vision, both literally and creatively, is thus naturally surreal, almost hallucinogenic.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Iassen Ghiuselev||2012: Simply Read||Iassen’s Wonderland is a gorgeous Escher-like landscape/ The book is stunning, with an adorable “read me” bookmark. The twist is that every illustration is actually part of a single painting that you can see in its entirety under the dust jacket.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||Maggie Taylor||2012: Jerry N Uelsmann||Taylor fuses European iconography, victorian portraiture and early photography with surrealism, digital technology and contemporary American art to create interesting photographic illustrations of Alice.|
|Illustrating Alice (OOP)||Marina Vaizey et al||2013: Artist’s Choice Edition||500 copies LE & standard edition|
|Alice in Wonderland||Rod Espinosa||2013: Dark Horse Books||A comic adaptation that is aimed at children – although faithful to the story, much of the text has been cut.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Kriss Sisson||2014: Seven Seas||Omnibus edition with manga-influenced illustrations|
|Alice in Comicland||Harvey Kurtzman et al||2014: IDW Publishing||Some of the greatest comic book artists ever to put pen to paper tumble down the rabbit hole for their own unique look at Lewis Carroll’s famous creation.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Usborne Illustrated Originals)||Fran Parreno||2014||Some charming illustrations of Alice, part of the Usborne Illustrated originals series of children’s classics.|
|Alice in Wonderland||Rebecca Dautremer||2015: Hachette||French artist Rebecca Dautremer’s dreamlike illustrations bring vibrant new life to Carroll’s beloved characters.|
|Alice au pays des merveilles |
Alice de L’Autre Cote Du Miroir
|Benjamin Lacombe||2015 (French): Cernunnos||Lacombe’s absolutely magical baroque fantasy Wonderland is a world full of satirical references. The fantastic illustrations use gouache, oils and watercolours to create a graphic and surrealistic landscape. The book is available in French and German, but an English version has been promised.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Anna Bond||2015: Penguin||Alice realised in Anna Bond’s signature, whimsical style illustrations in full colour. (Annd is from the Rifle Paper Stationery company).|
|Alice in Wonderland (OOP)||Various||2015: Inky Parrot Press||A limited edition of Alice with a different artist for each chapter|
|Alice in Wonderland: Mini-Classic||Marina Peluso||2015: Miles Kelly||A small (but complete with both stories) Alice book with illustrations by Martina Peluso|
|Alice in Wonderland: Classic Reimagined||Andrea d’Aquino||2015: Rockport||Gorgeous watercolour illustrations and clever additions like text printed on the page block make this edition a must-have. Part of the Rockport Reimagined Classics series.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: Panorama Pops||Grahame Baker-Smith||2015: Walker Books||A small edition presented in a charming slipcase, the book unfolds to reveal ten of the most famous moments in this classic story, from Alice falling down the rabbit-hole to the Mad-Hatter’s tea party.|
|Alice’s Nightmare in Wonderland||Jonathan Green, iIllustrated by Kev Crossley||2015: Snowbooks|
2015 (LE): Snowbooks
|Several years after the events of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself back in Wonderland and called upon to save the world of playing cards and talking animals from the increasingly deranged Queen of Hearts. But all is not as it first appears in the fluctuating dream world and soon Alice is battling to save herself from the nightmare that is rapidly overtaking the realm.
A choose-your-own adventure style book.
A limited edition of 80 copies was released, surprisingly, a couple still remain and are cheaper than the paperback.
|Disney Alice in Wonderland: Special Collector’s Manga||Jun Abe||2016: TokyoPop||Tim Burton’s Alice in manga style|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (OOP)||David Delamare||2016: Wendy Ice||Colour illustrations on every page|
|Alice Through The Looking-Glass||Kay Woodward||2016: Carlton Books||A children’s novelty edition with flaps and other paper engineering|
|Alice’s Puzzles Through the Looking-Glass||Jason Ward||2016: Carlton Books||A selection of 130 puzzles, readers will discover a host of vexing riddles, all related to the characters, language and locations uncovered in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Limited Edition (OOP)||Charles van Sandwyk||2016: Folio Society||A limited edition of 1,000 copies. Probably one of the most stunning editions out there – see more of this Folio Society collection here….|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Charles Santore||2017: Sterling||Complete with three breathtaking gatefolds, poster, and keepsake envelope|
|Alice in Space : The Sideways Victorian World of Lewis Carroll||Gillian Beer||2017: University of Chicago Press||Carroll conceived his Alice books during the 1860s, a moment of intense intellectual upheaval, as new scientific, linguistic, educational, and mathematical ideas flourished around him, in Oxford, and far beyond. Alice in Space reveals the contexts within which the Alice books first lived, bringing back the zest to jokes lost over time and poignancy to hidden references.|
|Alice in Wonderland||2018: Wordsworth Classics||Part of the Wordsworth Collector’s Classics series. This edition comes with an introduction and notes by Michael Irwin, Professor of English Literature, University of Kent at Canterbury.|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||Júlia Sardà||2019: Pan Macmillan||An elegant unabridged edition of Alice, with over 30 full colour illustrations from the illustrator of Beetle Boy and The Clockwork Sparrow.|
|Alice in Wonderland (Interactive Children’s Classic series)||MinaLima (Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima)||2019: Harper Design||Alice is illustrated by the award-winning design studio behind the graphics for the Harry Potter film franchise. Interactive features include: Alice with extendable legs and arms; the rabbit’s house which opens to reveal a giant Alice; the Cheshire cat with a pull tab that removes the cat and leaves the cat’s grin; a flamingo croquet club that swings to hit the hedgehog; and a removable map of the Looking Glass world.
Click here to see more of the MinaLima interactive children’s classics series…