"The Wood Between the Worlds" by Keck
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"No, I don't believe this wood is a world at all. It's just a sort of in between place.Think of our tunnel under the slates at home. It isn't a room in any of the houses. In a way, it really isn't a part of any of the houses. But once you are in the tunnel, you can go along it and come out into any of the houses in the row. Mightn't this wood be the same?--a place that isn't in any of the worlds, but once you've found that place you can get into them all."
―Digory, The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis
So, have you figured out the new theme for this next fortnight? Well, it's all to do with fairy tales and fantasy stories for children. In fact, I want you to focus on one specific part of such a story: a FAIRY TALE TREE!
To clarify, when I say "fairy tale," it doesn't have to be from a specific fairy tale, it could be an imaginary tale like the Narnia scene featured above or even a story from your very own imagination. Regardless, the main idea here is to have an element of fantasy or fairy tale added to your tree(s). If you're still stumped, you can always go check out some images I've collected on our CT Pinterest board.
Ok, have fun dreaming up your pictures over these next few weeks. I wonder how many of you will choose a known story vs. a made up one? I've got a good guess who's going to run with this, some of you in particular. So, here's a nod to your imaginations. Can't wait to see what each of you conjure up! Thanks for playing along.
P.S. Whilst at it, let me know what you think on a comment below, if you like. :)