In 1865, a young girl by the name of Alice Liddell went missing from outside of her home in Oxford, England. Left in the care of her older sister, Margaret, no one could understand how the seven-year-old had disappeared so suddenly. Yet, after multiple search parties were gathered, she was never found, leaving her family to grieve and wonder whatever happened to the youngest member of the family. No one would ever suspect the girl had fallen down a rabbit hole and no one would ever believe the adventures the girl would encounter in a world called Wonderland. From talking flowers to a mischievous grinning cat, Alice had experienced encounters that only children with the wildest imaginations could dream of. Over a century after her disappearance, the impossible happens. Alice reappears, however, she is only a few years older than when she disappeared. Crawling out of a rabbit hole in the Forbidden Forest, the wizarding world is stunned to uncover the girl who is completely unharmed, but more importantly, she is alive. However, with no surviving family, Alice is left in the care of a witch who helps her readjust before she begins her time at Hogwarts. For Alice, readjusting to her former world is far from easy but she's always been up for an adventure. Especially since she has her trusted White Rabbit to keep her company, not to mention a group of friends willing to help her along the way. She also comes across a boy who is so by the books and so set on following the rules, it's clear he needs a little nonsense in his life and Alice knows all about nonsense.