Librarians Recommend Narnia

Librarians across Britain have voted “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” the most important book a child can read, topping classics such as “The Hobbit”, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, and “Alice in Wonderland”. Narnia was the runaway winner, according to Louise de Winter of the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council which conducted the survey. To all intents and purposes, the librarians’ must-read choice indicated that it is one of those magical novels that stay on your consciousness all your life. Read the complete article here.