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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 
150th Anniversary Animated Edition for Tablet Computers
kirkuss best of“This sumptuous iBook presents a straight-forward telling of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland accompanied by art-work that will send readers down the rabbit hole of delight.”

 Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

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Enjoy timeless illustrations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland masterfully brought to life for digital audiences of all ages!


  • 150th Anniversary Edition
  • 193 iconic illustrations from 12 early twentieth century artists
  • Seamless integration of video, text and illustrations
  • Rich narration of unabridged text
  • Stylized animated video
  • Tablet-friendly portrait orientation

What they’re saying about Alicewinks

Fans and newcomers to Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland have something really special in store this season. This is Alicewinks, a remarkable ebook.  A labor of love by creators David Neal, William McQueen, and Brittney Owens, the edition took years, but the result is spectacular. Read More …
Monica Edinger, medinger.wordpress.com/about
Alicewinks, is an animated version of Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland… Alice, a character who grows and shrinks in the story, literally transforms before the reader’s eyes. What does it mean to a child to see so many different kinds of visual representations of the same character? I think this is one way an e-book can capitalize on the digital format so that it enhances the reading experience for kids. Read More …
Adriana Velez, www.delcotimes.com
Now, here’s the deal. I’m not an iPhone/iPad user… I’m an Android user. It was actually pretty simple to download iBook Reader from Google Play and then read the book through it on my phone. My boy thought it was pretty darn fun that he got to turn the pages and “read” to me. Read More …
Janet Krugel , goingcrazywannago.com
The beauty of the Alicewinks iBook is that it can be used and adapted for multiple ages. As a homeschool mom, I often try to combine lessons and teach the same subject or read the same book to all of our boys. I was easily able to adapt this story for all 4 of my boys, ages 12, 10, 8 and 6. Alicewinks is a picture book, chapter book and movie all rolled into one! Read More …
Tiany Davis, www.thehomeschoollounge.com
This iBook is a great fit for older children who are looking for engaging reading or for adults who love the story of Wonderland. It’d make a great merry unbirthday gift!
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Melanie, simplybeingmommy.com
What an unique experience we’ve had with this iBook! N loves the story of Alice in Wonderland! Whether it is watching the movie or reading the book, she can’t get enough of the creative storyline and curious characters. Alicewinks delivers this familiar story in a classic and innovative way, just in time to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures. Read More …
Nicole, activity-mom.com
It’s really quite incredible… The boys are so excited to settle in and see what happens to Alice next… We cuddle up in the beanbag and watch a chapter or two each night. Read More …
Jamie Reimer, handsonaswegrow.com
I enjoyed watching it with the girls but they also enjoyed going back and browsing through their favorite chapters and comparing the differences in the illustrations… I loved how Alicewinks captivated their attention and imagination! Read More …
Teaching Tiny Tots, blog.teaching-tiny-tots.com
This totally interactive book was not just a story–it was an experience–one we will re-visit time after time. Here’s my one word of caution: When you read Alicewinks with your kids, start well before bedtime. Neither they nor you will want to stop at just a few chapters. Read More …
Kelly Hancock, faithfulprovisions.com

What I love about this book is that my almost-four-year-olds can “read” it all by themselves. They are reading a classic! They love the story, but what keeps their attention is the animation. Read More …

Natalie, mommyofamonster.com
I wasn’t sure what to expect of the animation, but it is fantastic to see a dozen different versions of Alice intertwined throughout the story.  She was always changing, so it almost makes the story better to see so many artist’s visions of her from a time that has long since passed.  I love that my children are engrossed in the story and the art.  At ages 3, 5 and 6, they don’t always agree on what to read, but they all loved Alicewinks.  And, she actually winks on the cover of the book.  We all love this little touch. Read More …
Brittany Vandy, www.thatsvandy.com

The Alicewinks Team
The Walrus, The Carpenter, and The Animator
Co-founder / Director

David Neal

In 1993 at the New York Antiquarian Book Fair, Dave became acquainted with 20th century artists who illustrated Alice’s Adventures. Inspired to bring these illustrations to life he created a CD-ROM. It was not a success and was subsequently shelved. Fast forward to tablet computing, add 19 voices, three animators, an investor, and a year of blood, sweat and tears. Voilá Alicewinks.

Co-founder / Voice / Marketing

William McQueen

William’s career has taken him to many places including Canada, Brazil, Hong Kong, Hawaii, Florida, Arizona, California, and finally Colorado where he operates Las Manos Therapeutic Massage with his wife, Colleen Finley. Interested in voice acting for many years, Alicewinks provided new challenges to an otherwise adventurous life. William is narrator and several of the voices of Alicewinks and Director of Marketing.

Lead Animator

Brittney Owens

The idea of having a career doing what Brittney loves best is a dream come true. She brings to the team a wide range of media and entertainment experience including traditional hand-drawn character animation, 2D and 3D computer animation, background painting and clean up, and video editing.  She is Lead Animator on Alicewinks and is continuing the odyssey with the up coming Rabbitwinks sequel.

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