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Wisdom from the Professor: Learning Who Has Been to Narnia

[Image: an old wooden wardrobe sits on a floor under the rafters of an otherwise empty attic room. Nothing there!]
I was reading a children’s book yesterday.  I wish I could remember which, but I’ve been stimming through reading the last few days and I’ve devoured more than a dozen in the last three days, staying up late if I need to, and spending way-to-much time in bed falling asleep and waking up and reading more.

Last weekend was a major fundraiser for our school.  It was too much for me and it sent me to bed the whole weekend afterward, but with reading by my side, I readily got through our two-day week at school.

But I digress already from my main point.

The author of whatever book it was referenced the professor from C.S. Lewis’ The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.

If you have not yet read this series in its entirety (at least The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and The Magician’s Nephew, my two personal favorites, go and read them before I ruin things for you!

I’m serious!  Read them now before reading this blog post.

Did you read them?

Okay, if not, you’ve been warned.

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