It’s no secret that I love Alice in Wonderland and of course, I have quite a few Alice in Wonderland coloring books. Here is my favorite “Alice” inspired coloring books, in no particular order.
1. Alice Coloring Book by Jasmine Becket-Griffith.
I love Jasmine’s big-eyed girls and the artwork that has inspired this Alice in Wonderland themed coloring book. Jasmine’s art always seems to have a touch of magic to it. If you check out her original paintings you will see what I mean. You can see my review here
2. Disney classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
This lovely Japanese coloring book also features colored inspirational images (and Alice in a blue dress which I love!). You can see my review here
3. Coloring book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
This gorgeous Japanese coloring book features lovely florals with the Alice story. You can see my review here
4. Creative Haven: Alice in Wonderland Coloring Book.
Creative Haven is such great value coloring books. They feature a couple of inspirational images as well as single-side illustrations on perforated pages. You can see my review here.
5. Alice In Waterland Coloring Book
This cute coloring book features Alice as a mermaid in Waterland, not wonderland lol! You can see my review of it here.
6. Alice and the Looking Glass Coloring Book
This cute coloring book by Sherri Baldy features big-eyed Alice and cute images. You can see my review of it here
7. Escape to Wonderland: A Colouring Book Adventure
I love the compact coloring book series produced by Good Wives and Warriors especially this one! There is a great range of images and the size makes it a great book to travel with. You can see my review here
8. The Coloring Book – Alice in Wonderland
Surprisingly this Japanese Alice in Wonderland Coloring Book is one of my absolute faves. I say surprisingly because Alice is really only a cameo role in this coloring book and not the focal point. You can see my review of it here.
9. Alice in Wonderland – An Enchanting Coloring Book
Fabiana Attanasio created a whole series of coloring books based on fairy tales and Alice, of course, was the first. Each coloring book summarises the fairy tale and is accompanied by cute illustrations to color making it the perfect keepsake book. At the end of each book, you will also find a full-sized poster to color and frame. You can see my review here.
10. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Coloring Book
The Late Charles Santore was a master at illustrating children’s books. Thankfully his books were also produced as coloring books so we could enjoy coloring his art as well. There is something about the beautiful greyscale depicted in this coloring and storybook that makes me feel he really knew Alice, and she was not the lead in a fairy tale. You can see my review of it here.
I would love to know what your favorite Alice in Wonderland coloring books are! Maybe, there’s one that I can add to my collection!
Happy coloring x
P.S These are not all of my Alice in Wonderland Coloring Books – they are just my faves x