Neil Gaiman, a celebrity in my mind, read Jabberwocky for loads of fans online. Why? For charity! Worldbuilders is a fundraising portal of sorts, that lets you raise money to see celebrities do some sort of challenge. Gaiman has participated once before--reading Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham, and this time, he's back with Carroll's "Jabberwocky," which you'll recognize from Through the Looking Glass. Donors chose between Goodnight Moon, Fox in Socks and Carroll's piece, and I'm rather pleased with their choice! I've also included Gaiman's reading of Green Eggs and Ham, because you should enjoy it, too.