A children’s story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children’s story in the slightest. – CS Lewis A truer statement would be hard to find. To share a story with a child is a beautiful interaction. For both parties to enjoy the story it becomes a magical moment in both people’s lives – a treasured memory. These moments cultivate a love of reading in the next generation and act as a reminder to those who may have forgotten the joy of a story well told. CS Lewis not only reminds us to enjoy literature but his work also teaches us about courage, self belief, friendship, honesty, and perseverance.