The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by CS Lewis - MinervaReads
For Christmas Day, a special classic. This key text in the children’s literature canon is always a delight to revisit, and once it's been read with the children, it’s always fun when they spot a ‘Narnia’ lamppost when out and about. In fact, it’s the wondrous images created by the book that endure, and is one of the reasons why it’s a classic. From Turkish delight, to a fur-coat laden wardrobe, to a lion (Aslan means lion in Turkish), to Mr Tumnus.
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