The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Our rating: *****

Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are four English children who are sent to live with an old professor during World War II. When Lucy finds a world called Narnia, where animals can talk, in a magic wardrobe, nobody believes her. Then all four children hide in the wardrobe from the house’s grumpy mistress and find that Narnia is real. Now they must join Aslan, the son of the Emperor-Over-The-Sea, to drive the White Witch from Narnia and put the rightful rulers on the throne.

This book is a favorite of mine. I like it as much when I read it now as I did when it was read to me. Narnia is something that never gets old, but as you get older you enjoy it even more. The characters and places are very real and well described. Once you read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, you will feel that you must read the rest of the Chronicles of Narnia.

6 Responses to “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”

  1. It may be the second chronologically, but Lewis wrote The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe first. Actually, The Magician’s Nephew was one of the last written.

  2. It’s pretty good movie. They added some stuff, but it didn’t particularly subtract from the story.

  3. This is chronologically the second of C. S. Lewis’ Narnia series.
It’s full of magic and wonder!

  4. Walden Media and Walt Disney have made The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe into a movie. I haven’t seen it yet, though.

  5. We went to the theater (my first time!) and saw The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. There were several jumpy (SURPRISE!!!!!) parts, but please don’t think it isn’t a good movie! Some people like to be scared, after all. And I don’t think I really mind getting SURPRISED!!!!!

  6. I loved the movie! I thought they did a wonderful job.
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    I also really injoyed the book, way to go C. S. Lewis!

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