British hospital's digital series gives children's classics a new twist


In one of the stories, Alice helps Tweedledee overcome his fears and worries through play after Tweedledum leaves for the hospital. The story is read by British actor Matt Lucas. Photos: The Power Of Play

We know how the poem in Alice In Wonderland goes: “Tweedledum and Tweedledee agreed to have a battle; for Tweedledum said Tweedledee had spoiled his nice new rattle...”

They fight over the broken rattle until a crow swoops down and scares them, causing them to forget their argument.

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