The Palm Beach Post reported last week that as part of a prize package for the state’s “Just Read, Florida,” literacy campaign, three lucky readers will receive “a private screening [of the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe movie] in Orlando, two nights at a Disney resort, a dinner at Medieval Times and a copy of the C.S. Lewis children’s novel signed by Jeb and Columba Bush.
Poor C.S. Lewis, that his name should be attached so publically to the Medieval Times chain of restaurants, which is currently being sued by a fired ex-knight.
And don’t we usually give out books signed by the author, not politicians and their wives whose only connection to the author is a shared religious faith?