In honor of Mad Hatter Day, I’ve put together a short list of our favorite versions of Alice in Wonderland.
Did you know that Mad Hatter Day is celebrated today because the character is wearing a hat with a slip of paper on it reading, “10/6?” If you are a fan of the classic, I hope that you have a little fun today! After all, “We’re all mad here!”
Alice In Wonderland: A BabyLit Colors Primer by Jennifer Adams - The board book is perfect for little hands and toddlers to help teach colors and numbers.
Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Golden Book by Jane Werner - Golden Books can be used for any occasion or age and make great family heirlooms.
Rifle Paper Co.’s 150th Anniversary Edition - This book is a stunningly beautiful version of the classic and makes a perfect gift for any book-lover or a nice housewarming gift for a new bookshelf.
Classics Reimagined, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and Andrea D'Aquino - The classic tale is told through beautiful watercolor and collage images for both adults and children to enjoy. My kids and I couldn't resist it so we bought it for our own home.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland: Artwork by Yoyoi Kusama - Kusama is a fascinating Japanese contemporary artist. (Do you remember this amazing installation?) Reread the classic tale through the eyes of the artist or add it to your home as a coffee table conversation starter .
Alice in Wonderland Coloring Book - If you loved Alice in Wonderland as a child, this is a nice way to share your joy while coloring with your children or students.