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Book Review: Advent in Narnia by Heidi Haverkamp

Title: Advent in Narnia: Reflections for the Season

Author: Heidi Haverkamp

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press (September 14, 2015)

Pages: 96 (Paperback)

Blurb: “Walking into Advent can be like walking through the wardrobe.” 494 more words

Book Review

Chapter 4 – Turkish Delight

Chapter 4 – Turkish Delight

“…but soon he forgot all about this and thought only of trying to shovel down as much Turkish Delight as he could, and the more he ate the more he wanted to eat…

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New 'Disney' Page

Hello everyone! :)

Just to let you know I’ve added a new ‘Disney’ page to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. This is where I hope to add my reviews on various Disney items including 2D cartoon animation films, 3D computer-generated films and live-action films. 162 more words


Narnia Business

  • What is the purpose of these posters?
  • Are these adverts persuasive? How?
  • Could you improve them? What changes would you make and why?
  • What would you buy from Aslan’s Fantasy Furniture Store?
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The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - C.S Lewis

Title: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S Lewis

Genre: Children’s Fantasy

Rating: 4 stars

In this children’s classic, Lucy finds that an old wardrobe in a professor’s country house is a gateway to a magical land of fauns, centaurs, nymphs and talking animals – but also of the beautiful but evil White Witch who has held the land of Narnia in eternal winter for a hundred years. 679 more words


When Aslan comes in sight...

Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight,
At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more,
When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death… 77 more words

Bible Truth

Chapter 3 – Edmund and the Wardrobe

Chapter 3 – Edmund and the Wardrobe

“She’s angry about all the things I’ve been saying lately,” thought Edmund.  And though he did not like to admit that he had been wrong, he also did not much like being alone in this strange, cold quiet place; so he shouted again.

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