Letter Art, AlphaBooks: L is for Lewis

A Book of Narnians
By C.S. Lewis
Illustrated by Pauline Baynes
Text Compiled by James Riordan
HarperCollins 1995

As with Tenniel‘s Wonderland, to me, Baynes is Narnia.

Lewis on Rodney’s Saga
[Off Topic: LEGO for Lent]
[On the Second Day Of Christmas: 2 Talking Steeds]
[Fantasy Cover Art: Horse & His Boy]
[A Fool But Not an April Fool]

L Authors on Rodney’s Saga
Lowe [From Inside The Ropes]
Lampe [Ringcraft, Gearing Up For the Dark Days, Saddle Seat Celebrity]

This Year

[K is for Krementz]
[J is for Journal]
[I is for Ipcar]
[H is for Hatch]
[G is for Gray]
[F is for Francis]
[E is for Endicott]
[D is for Doty]
[C is for Cooper]
[B is for Brown]
[A is for Anderson]

Past Years
[2016 Alphabet] [2015 Alphabet]

Project explanation [AlphaBooks 2017]. Open to recommendations for the remaining letters. Which books would you choose?

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

2 thoughts on “Letter Art, AlphaBooks: L is for Lewis

  1. I agree with you about the Baynes illos. Also Tenniel. The pictures get so ingrained into us the first time we explore these lands that it’s hard to see anything else as ‘right’.

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