Tag Archives: Narnia books

‘Eager’ to Read

“Have you revisited an old favorite book/movie? How did it change for you as you got older?” As I have often mentioned here, we are watching more movies than ever and many are old favorites. Some are one that I … Continue reading

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Giving Books Second Chances…or More

I’ve posted before about how I could not ‘get into’ the Hobbit/Lord of the Rings, nor the Narnia books and how now, I adore those series. I think there are others that I might need to go back to and … Continue reading

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A Rare Review

In Free Weeks during recent months I have posted about how much I have gotten out of well-read audiobooks.  Well-performed audiobooks have added greatly to my pleasure and cultural knowledge, for I might never have taken the time to read through … Continue reading

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