Alice returns home from Wonderland, but something has gone wrong. She is on the wrong side of her living-room mirror. Alice finds a book and starts reading a poem about a creature called the Jabberwocky. The Jabberwocky is a scary creature and is after Alice. In order to return to the right side of the mirror, she must escape the Jabberwocky. Alice walks until she finds a lovely talking garden. The beautiful flowers direct her to the Red Queen who is now human sized. The queen tells Alice that she is now a pawn on a giant chess board. Her mission is to get to the eighth square to become queen only then can she go home. One her journey she meets a magical and wonderful bunch creatures. She meets the twins Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum who serenade her with song the story about the Walrus and the Carpenter. Her meeting with Humpty Dumpty is delightful, but is cut short when the evil Jabberwocky comes after her. Finally Alice reaches the eighth square on the chess board. To celebrate her achievement all the wonderful characters throw a party for her. At the party Alice tells everyone how grateful she is, she just wants to go home. A gift is presented to Alice, but the Jabberwocky pops out. The Jabberwocky begins terrorizing everyone at the party. The white knight tries to save Alice but fails. Alice manages to find her way back home with the Jabberwocky close at her heels. Alice faces down the beast, she is not afraid of him, she doesn’t believe in him anymore. The jabberwocky fades away. Mother comes into the room, inviting Alice to join the adults in the drawing-room.