The White Rabbit is a character in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. He is an unusual looking, talking rabbit with a waistcoat and a pocket watch. Alice, the main character of the story, follows the rabbit out of curiosity and ends up in Wonderland.
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The White Rabbit appears in Beyond the Kingdoms when the twins and their friends go into Alice's story. They know they can get into Wonderland by following him down the rabbit hole, and it works. They see him again after running into the Talking Flowers, but lose his trail.
Appearance and Personality
The white rabbit is a rabbit wearing a waistcoat, a pocket watch and spectacles. He nervously pauses his run every few hundred yards to check the time, muttering that he's running late.
"That's our ticket to Wonderland," Alex said. "Quick, everyone follow that rabbit!"