So, you've finished Alice's Adventures...What's Next?
Picks fit for Grown-ups to explore the themes of Alice



Beddor, Frank: The Looking Glass War

The Looking Glass Wars unabashedly challenges the world’s Carrollian Wonderland assumptions of tea parties, dormice and a curious little blonde girl to reveal an epic, cross dimensional saga of love, murder, betrayal, revenge and the endless war for Imagination.

Benjamin, Melanie: Alice I Have Been

This book mixes fact with fiction about what Alice Liddell's life was like after having been Lewis Carroll's muse. As she nears her eighty-first birthday, she knows that, to the world around her, she is and will always be only “Alice.” 

Noon, Jeff: Automated Alice

 Alice finds herself in 1998 Manchester when she enters an old grandfather clock, and soon becomes the prime suspect in the puzzling "Jigsaw Murders." Noon emulates Carroll's crazy wordplay throughout, and even adds his own illustrations inspired by those of John Tenniel, the famous interpreter of Alice.



Hassler, Lynn: Raven: Soaring Through History, Legend & Lore

Knowing a bit more about ravens before she encountered the thought of the Hatter, Alice might have been able to answer why a raven is like a writing desk more easily.  This book talks about the bird and it's historical impact.

Stern, Tracy: Tea party : 20 themed tea parties with recipes for every occasion, from fabulous showers to intimate gatherings

The March Hare, Mad Hatter and Door Mouse may have been consulted for this book after the author saw just how fantastic one of their teas could truly be.

Walheim, Lance: Roses for Dummies

Had Alice read this simple guide to growing roses, she might have realized why the Duchess was so obsessed with her roses.