Campfire's _Alice in Wonderland_
It's easy to adulterate an Alice story, especially given some folks' thoughts in its writer's closeness with little girls and the camera, but this adaptation hits all the right notes. It is so good, in fact, that it is one adaptation that I wouldn't mind giving to reluctant readers or struggling readers in place of the original, and that is not usually a tactic for which I advocate. Pairing and braiding is better, almost always, in my opinion, but that I can praise this text with such an aberrant stance should be read as faith in it as an engaging, witty, and close approximation of the best that the original has to offer.
While I am usually resistant to recommend adaptations, I can wholeheartedly recommend Campfire's Alice in Wonderland.