Edwina Peterson Cross doesn't quite remember how old she was when she read C.S. Lewis’s Narnia books for the first time.
"I have no memory of this world without that one. I grew up with the Fords of Beruna being every bit as real as the canal up the street and just as accessible. There is much that is memorable in Professor Lewis’s magically simple mystical tales. The Professor was a master story teller, his language is natural, clear and glowing with some of the most charming imagery in all of children’s literature" writes Cross.
This December day, journey with Cross as she remembers Narnia with the eye of an artist.
through the wardrobe.
"Looking into the inside she saw several coats hanging up - mostly long fur coats. There was nothing Lucy liked so much as the smell and feel of fur."
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