*Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Alicewinks. The opinions and text are all mine.
Alice in Wonderland has seen many reincarnations over the years (150 years to be exact!) and Alicewinks is the latest. Not only does Alicewinks tell the original story, it is also animated with the original illustrations of several artists between the periods of 1901-1922. It’s beautiful and enchanting and my girls would not stop watching it.
Alicewinks is best viewed on an iPad, although you can view it on your Kindle Fire or Nook as well (as we did). We opted for the read along version since my oldest daughter is a beginning reader. If you prefer, you can just listen and watch without the words along the bottom.
So why should you check out Alicewinks? Well, it’s fun. Kids love the story. The illustrations are beautiful and perfectly animated. And, as we learned, it’s perfect for traveling. Load up the iPad with the story and suddenly you have something you can feel good about your kids viewing. The story is long; it’s the length of the original book. But, it’s perfect for a long car or plane ride. If your kids are not familiar with the story, Alicewinks is the perfect introduction. It’s also a fun alternative to those that are familiar with the story of Alice in Wonderland.
And by the way… it’s not just for kids! Any grownup with a love for classics would enjoy the beautiful illustrations paired with such a well-loved story. I think I loved it as much as the kids did!
In celebration of the 150th Anniversary of Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland, Alicewinks brings the story’s classic illustrations to life for digital audiences through animated video and rich narration. To download this one of a kind iBook, visit iTunes.com/alicewinks
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Alicewinks. The opinions and text are all mine.
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