Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Lily who loved to read. She would read anything she could get her hands on, from fairy tales to adventure stories. One day, Lily was reading a book about a magical land called Narnia. She was so engrossed in the story that she didn’t notice a strange light coming from her closet.

When Lily looked up, she saw a portal opening in her closet. The portal was filled with a bright light, and Lily could see a forest on the other side. Lily was curious about what was on the other side of the portal, so she stepped through it.

Lily found herself in a beautiful forest. The trees were tall and green, and the sun was shining brightly. Lily could hear the sound of birds singing in the trees. She took a deep breath of the fresh air and smiled. She was in Narnia!

Lily started to walk through the forest. She soon came to a river. She sat down on the bank of the river and watched the fish swimming by. She was so happy to be in Narnia. She felt like she could stay there forever.

Suddenly, Lily heard a noise. She turned around and saw a lion standing in front of her. The lion was big and strong, and Lily was scared. But the lion didn’t look at her with anger. He looked at her with kindness.

“Hello,” said the lion. “My name is Aslan.”

“Hello,” said Lily. “My name is Lily.”

“Welcome to Narnia,” said Aslan. “I’m glad you’re here.”

Lily smiled. She was glad she was in Narnia too. She knew she would have many adventures there with Aslan.

Lily and Aslan spent the rest of the day exploring Narnia. They met other creatures, like fauns, centaurs, and talking animals. They had many adventures, and Lily had never had so much fun.

At the end of the day, Lily was tired but happy. She said goodbye to Aslan and stepped back through the portal. She found herself back in her closet, but she knew that she would never forget her adventures in Narnia.

The next day, Lily told her parents all about her adventures. They didn’t believe her at first, but then they saw the book about Narnia on her bed. They knew then that Lily had really been to Narnia.

Lily continued to read about Narnia, and she often dreamed about her adventures there. She knew that she would always be a part of Narnia, even though she lived in the real world.