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Invitation to Alice in Wonderland: Remember Alice Coloring Book Review

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Style: double page printing
Format: Card cover with fold out

A quirky and fun coloring book based on the wonderful, Alice in Wonderland

Invitation to Alice in Wonderland: Remember Alice Coloring Book Review

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Invitation to Alice in Wonderland: Remember Alice Coloring Book  Review

Of course,  any Alice in Wonderland Coloring Book is one that is likely to make it to my shelf.    This cute Korean coloring book, was one that I actually thought I already owned.    However, when I was doing a stocktake of my stuff I realised I must have looked at it, but not purchased it.  It didn’t take me long to remedy that!


Cover & Layout

The card cover of  Remember Alice Coloring Book features Alice and the White Rabbit in sweet pastels.   This colored image runs to the back of the book and features a smirking Cheshire Cat.   The colored art continues on the fold-out flaps which have text in Japanese at the front and ads for other books at the back.

Remember Alice Coloring Book measures approximately 25cm x 25cm


Ancillary Pages

A beautifully decorated title page starts the book featuring the white rabbit and friend and an abundance of flowers.  As the copyright information has been printed on the reverse side, this would be an ideal place to test out your mediums.

A nameplate page follows which contains 2/3 of a page of artwork featuring Alice intertwined in vines.

At the end of the book, there is a 6-page visual thumbnail index.  The book concludes with a heart-shaped wreath to color and “so long”



Illustrations have been printed on both sides of the medium-quality white paper.   The paper has a very light texture to it.

There are 40 pages of double-page scenes.  On some pages, the images could have been positioned a little bit better to avoid the spine.    With some gentle pushing though, the spine should relax enough to make coloring in this area easier.


Invitation to Alice in Wonderland: Remember Alice  Coloring Book Images and Illustrations

I never tire of all the different versions of Alice in Wonderland and this book is no different.  There is a range of illustrations from larger spaced elements to illustrations with lots of little itty bitty details.

You will find the White Rabbit featured in this coloring book.  Of course, that makes me happy because I’m a big fan of that bunny!      Alice seems to play a lesser role in this book with various other characters like the Queen and the Cheshire Cat getting attention.

The artist has created a number of double-page scenes with so much detail on them that they would take a long time to color in.    Some of these scenes really tell a story and give you that instant Alice in Wonderland feel.   There are other illustrations that are single page based,  that are gorgeous, featuring portraits and the like but they lack that storytelling feel.   They would be still fun to color though.

One of the things that stick with me with this coloring book is the many different looks of Alice.  Sometimes she’s cartoonish, sometimes younger-looking, sometimes whimsical, and sometimes …a tiny bit odd-looking.    I adore that there are these different looks as it is a different interpretation of Alice and how she looked at different stages in Wonderland I think.

Most of the illustrations are outlined in a medium weight, black ink, and are very crisp and easy to see.    There are a few pages in the book though that have that extra special artist touch.   Additional texture lines on rabbit fur and mushrooms make some pages look very “arty” in this sweet and whimsical book.

Although the line art is easy to see for those with a minor visual impairment the amount of artwork packed onto the page may be overwhelming to color.

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Where to buy Invitation to Alice in Wonderland: Remember Alice

Korea-Gmarket etailer

Happy coloring x



About the author


I'm Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I'm all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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  • How many Alice books are there Lea, and how many of those do you have??? Hagee

    • ooh how long is a piece of string lol? I have no idea how many Alice books there are but I do know that there are some that I do not want to buy. I will have to get my Alice books into order one day but with packing to move interstate and planning a house renovation …now is not the time to do it lol! Happy coloring x