"Please read it again! Please!" begged 7 year old Tina. "I love that story. Oh, please, do read it again!"
"Tina, you know you have to get sleep. You're not well," her grandfather replied. "Besides, you're mother is going to come in any minute and tell me I have to go."
He had barely finished speaking when Mrs. Smith came in and said "Henry, it's time for you to leave." (Henry was Tina's grandpa) Tina and Henry exchanged a glance and Henry said "I must go, Tina, but I can leave this with you, if you want."
"Oh, yes please, grandpa!" So Henry laid the book on the bedside table and left. Her mother came and planted a kiss on her cheek. "Go to sleep now, dear," her mother told her. She then noticed sadness in her daughter's face. "Oh, Tina. Don't be sad. Grandpa will be back tomorrow, okay?" Tina nodded her head sadly. "When he does visit, he can read the story to you again." At this, Tina's face lit up and she told her mother she would try to get some rest. So her mother left the room.

Tina picked up the book and held it to her chest. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe read the front cover. I'll read it before I have a rest, Tina thought. She opened the front cover and began to read.
Once there were 4 children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. This is about something that...
Tina opened her eyes. Where am I, she thought? It's awfully chilly out here, and all I have are my pajamas. She looked down. No wonder I'm so cold! It's winter- hey, wait! This can't be! It's summer! These thoughts ran around in her head, when suddenly something struck her. "Could I be in Narnia?" she wondered aloud. She looked up and saw the same lamppost described in the book...

TO BE CONTINUED...