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  1. Sarah

    I would like to try to read aloud the whole Chronicles of Narnia series to our son. Would you recommend starting with “The Magician’s Nephew” or “The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe?” Thanks so much!

  2. I love that last line you quote about keeping our eyes on our own story … seems like I am saying that to girls in one way or another a lot lately, and so true in our social media focused world. I love this book and am so glad I read it this summer, too.

  3. I am not only blessed to follow your tracks here from Semicolon Saturdays for this review on a WHOLE series I have thought I OUGHT to read, but have also found your Christian grace right here too. Praise the Lord.
    Caring through Christ, ~ linda

  4. I remember thinking (when I did The Horse and His Boy for the Chronicles of Narnia Reading Challenge a few years back) that I’d have a hard time finding spiritual meaning in it. Shows how much I had remembered from my childhood reading! I definitely enjoyed it more as an adult than I did as a child (where my favorite part was Rabadash becoming a donkey.)

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