B. J. Harrison Reads The Aunt and Amabel - äänikirja
"What would you have done? Rubbed your eyes and thought you were dreaming? Well, if you had, nothing more would have happened. Nothing ever does when you behave like that."
In 'The Aunt and Amabel' a young girl damages a special flower-bed without meaning to, and as a punishment her aunt sends her to the bedroom with the large wardrobe. When Amabel finds a railway timetable naming a station called 'Bigwardrobeinspareroom' in there she is intrigued. And in opening the wardrobe, she finds something very unexpected on the inside.
C.S. Lewis was famously a fan of E. Nesbit's children's stories growing up. 'The Aunt and Amabel' is the inspiration behind his masterpiece 'The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe' (1950).