Though we enjoy The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, our girls have had limited exposure to it so far. Ted had started to read the first book to H last year, and we've talked about it a little bit here and there. The new movie "Prince Caspian" comes out tomorrow, so they've heard about it a small bit on the radio, and we've read two children's books from the library. This is a series that really captures the imagination, however, and I shouldn't be surprised that G, who has a very vivid imagination, picked up on it. This morning she asked me, "What is that lion's name again?" (it's Aslan--what child wouldn't love a gentle, talking lion?) and then I overheard her calling, "Sisters! Help me! I can't get into Narnia!" Minutes later when I called her to breakfast, she said to her sisters, "I have to go to Narnia to eat my pancakes!"