We're in Seattle with our daughter and granddaughter. The other night I read one of her books which included Humpty Dumpty. So far so good. When I was done, she said, "I want to watch the Humpty Dumpty video on your computer." I'd forgotten about that. We'd found some Humpty Dumpty videos on a previous visit. You'd be surprised how many there are. The top ranking one on Youtube is this Indian version:
And then there's this version where doctors come and get him patched up and he decides that no one should sit on the wall. Oh dear, is this a really good lesson? For some things maybe, maybe not. I'm just giving you a link, because this is a long, long video with lots of different nursery rhymes - old and new. But it starts with Humpty Dumpty. It's from Chu Chu TV - another Indian production.
If you go to Youtube on the link to the Chu Chu TC version, you'll fjnd lots more versions of Humpty Dumpty.
I can see how totally addictive this can be for little kids. I asked my granddaughter if she could watch it all day and she just looked away with a little smile on her face. I'm limiting it to 15 minutes a day when I'm with her.