Tim let me know about this little article… “I cooked lembas bread, a cheeky undertaking for a mortal. I’m no Galadriel, the elf matriarch who gave the magically nutritious and courage-enhancing carb to hobbits and their companions as they journeyed to vanquish evil in ‘The Fellowship of the Ring.’ But there’s near-magic in a project that appeals to a 12-year-old boy, a 14-year-old girl and their mom, who first encountered hobbits in the ’70s. All three of us had read the books and seen the movies. After waxing rapturous about Peter Jackson’s artistry and J.R.R. Tolkien’s genius, I had one question: What would Frodo eat…?”
In 2016, a Christmas poem by Tolkien written in 1936 was discovered at a school in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Read and listen to it for the first time!