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Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Through the Looking Glass (Part 4)

Classic (fiction), 2,918 words, Level Y (Grade 5), Lexile 790L

Alice meets Tweedledum and Tweedledee, two spoiled twins. They recite the poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter" to Alice, then take her to see the sleeping Red King and make her question the nature of her own reality. Afterward the twins have a battle over a broken rattle, until, just like the nursery rhyme, a crow flies in and scares them off.