Cheshire Cat sings the Jabberwock
1947 Jabberwocky Song

Coraline
by Neil Gaiman

An electrifyingly creepy tale likely to haunt young readers for many moons. After Coraline and her parents move into an old house, Coraline asks her mother about a mysterious locked door. Her mother unlocks it to reveal that it leads nowhere: "When they turned the house into flats, they simply bricked it up," her mother explains. But something about the door attracts the girl, and when she later unlocks it herself, the bricks have disappeared. Through the door, she travels a dark corridor (which smells "like something very old and very slow") into a world that eerily mimics her own.

Down the Rabbit Hole: an Echo Falls Mystery
by Peter Abrahams

Ingrid is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or at least her shoes are. Getting them back means getting involved in a murder investigation rivaling those solved by her idol, Sherlock Holmes, and Ingrid has enough on her plate with club soccer, school, and the plum role of Alice in the Echo Falls production of Alice in Wonderland. But much as in Alice's adventures down the rabbit hole, things in Ingrid's small town keep getting curiouser and curiouser.

The Looking-Glass Wars
by Frank Beddor

In this first installment of a planned trilogy, 7-year-old Alyss Hart is pitted against her evil Aunt Redd in the succession to the throne of Wonderland. Escaping through the Pool of Tears, Alyss encounters Charles Dodgson (Carroll) and entrusts her story to him. While Dodgson proceeds to publish his own version of Alyss’ story, royal bodyguard Hatter Madigan finds Alyss and returns her to Wonderland to face Aunt Redd in a battle for the throne.

Through the Looking-Glass
and What Alice Found There
by Lewis Carroll

In this sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice climbs through the mirror in her room, and enters a world similar to a chess board where she experiences many curious adventures with its fantastic inhabitants.

Wonderland (graphic novel)
by Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew

Ever wonder what happened in Wonderland AFTER Alice left? Follow the White Rabbit and his humble maid, Mary Ann, as they unwittingly end up in a sticky situation. The chaos from Alice’s visit reveals the Queen of Hearts’ conspiracy against the other hidden kings and queens of Wonderland! Monsters are unleashed, and new foes arise. What’s a humble house-maid to do?

Heartless by Marissa Meyer. Orgin story for the Queen of Hearts.

From YALSABK

Gregor the Overlander, by Suzanne Collins
Erec Rex by Kingsley
Un Lun Dun by Mieville
Neverwhere by Gaiman
Alice Through the Needle's Eye by Gilbert Adair
Larklight by Philip Reeve