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The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper

‘And none shall stop the Dark from rising!’

Think of this as an alternative Christmas classic. It starts conventionally enough: boy has birthday. Boy told of his unique power as part of a secret, magical brotherhood stretching back into pre-history. 334 more words

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Book Review: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by CS Lewis

First published by Geoffrey Bles, 1950

This edition (171 pages)

5 out of 5 stars

Sypnosis from Goodreads:

They open a door and enter a world… 325 more words


Wander into the Wardrobe: Reasons to Return to Narnia in December

Along with the pleasure of lighting the Advent wreath, of busy preparations and programs and starry night silence, I love to return to the land of the lamp post in December, to do battle against the White Witch who made made Narnia always winter but never Christmas. 1,652 more words


The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe- West Yorkshire Playhouse 29/11/17

For his 11th birthday treat, Oli’s mum and I took him to see the first night of the production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (LWW for short from now on) at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. 1,257 more words


The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: Chapter 9: How Sin Works

Chapter 9 pulls back the curtain to the working of sin in our lives. As we have said, Edmund’s addiction to Turkish Delight and the White Witch are analogous to sin. 670 more words


The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: Aslan and the Famous Quote

Chapter 8 gives us what is probably the most famous exchange in the whole story:

Ooh!” said Susan, “I’d though he was a man. Is he—quite safe?

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: What We Learn from Chapter 7: Aslan and Personality

The children learn of a figure named Aslan. So briefly we need to remark on the effect this had on each of them, for Aslan does affect people, and this has a bearing on their personality and their current state. 255 more words