Few know that C. S. Lewis was an accomplished baker who wrote a number of books probing the remote corners of the baker’s art. These books are rare, and treasured in the Christian baking community.
I have been privileged to come in contact with a man who has a nearly complete collection of Lewis’ baking works which I have been authorized to offer for sale. Before posting this to Craig’s List, I thought I’d give readers of Happy and Bright the first crack.
All works in this set are in good condition, with some underlining in pencil. All are paperbacks, but the glue is tight and the spines uncracked.
This set includes:
The Four Loaves
Surprised by Soy
A Yeast Observed
The Problem of Grain
Till We Have Biscuits
The Sourdough Letters
Sourdough Proposes Toast
The Abolition of Manna
Also here, for the children:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Whole-Wheat Waffle
The Voyage of the Dawn Donut
The Last Bagel
and, a rare find, his classic defense of Christian baking:
Bidding will start with the first serious offer.
2 thoughts on “Nearly Complete Lewis Library for Sale”
So… you got me. The first time I read this post, I didn't read through the names of the books, just glanced at them. I thought this was real, until I saw Aunt Chris's post on facebook.
Oh…that's gonna be a lot of dough!(you almost had me!)
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