Alice is so very excited to attend the Great Festival of Cheese at the Dormouse house where she will meet the whole Dormouse family, but Alice is too big to fit into the Dormouse house. She can take the Drink Me potion that has the power to shrink her to the size of a mouse, of course, but the potion is missing. She and Cheshire the cat decide they need to travel around the Wonderverse through the magic mirror and look for it, so they are off on an adventure.
They visit all their friends in the Wonderverse from Goldie the chicken, who says that she last saw the potion in the hands of the Easter Bunny, who they then set out to track down. They leave there for the land of giants where they learn that being like everybody else is boring, but they are unable to find the potion, so they head out for Rainbowland to see Patrick the Leprechaun at the Pot of Gold, only to learn that he gave the potion to Cupid. They eventually start visiting historical figures like George Washington when he was a boy in 1738 where they learn that it is never right to lie, especially to your parents. Little Georgie did have the potion, along with other magic, but he gave it to Abraham Lincoln, so off they go to 1861 to learn that Hatter actually made Abraham’s hat. They end up visiting Napoleon and then to Santa himself, who finally has the answer they’re looking for – it was right under their noses the whole time.
Alice’s Adventures in the Wonderverse is an opportunity to be imaginative with children while impressing the important messages of never lying, appreciating friends and family, never judging others, and perseverance.