The Chronicles of Narnia 7 Book Box Set - Ages 7-9 - Paperback - C.S. Lewis
Step into this magical world with The Chronicles of Narnia 7 book set by C.S. Lewis. The Chronicles of Narnia have enchanted millions of readers over the last fifty years and the magical events described in C.S. Lewis's immortal prose has left many a lasting memory for adults and children alike. For here is a world where a witch decrees eternal winter; where there are more talking animals than people; and where battles are fought by Centaurs, Giants and Fauns. Perfect for children aged 7+ with an interest in fantasy and adventure.
Did you know that the term Narnia is originally a Latin word which is taken from the archaic Italian town “Narni”. The original idea of Narnia was once a thought by Lewis when he was a child, where he imagined a Faun with an umbrella, holding parcels in a snow white forest which remained in Lewis’s mind since he was just 16, then he decided to make this come true when he was around 40. Although it took Lewis over 8 years to finalise the series, he actually spent only 3 months writing the first book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Clive Staples Lewis, born in 1898 was very knowledgeable and perhaps even one of the greatest authors of the 20th century. He taught at Oxford University in English Literature then he was transferred over to Cambridge University where he held the responsibility of Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Lewis developed and worked on over 30 books and covered a wide range of topics which reached many people, and to date year by year there are many readers who continue to enjoy his work. Millions of readers today enjoy his books and to name a few big titles like: Mere Christianity, Out of the Silent Planet, The Great Divorce, as well as the hugely popular books in the modern age in The Chronicles of Narnia, which has successfully sold more than 100 million copies around the globe and made into 3 motion pictures which entertained many children and adults around the world. In addition to The Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis was also interested in many other genres and he actually wrote over 60 books which involved: poetry, theology, educational philosophy, science-fiction, retold myths, autobiography, literary criticism. Lewis’s books of The Chronicles of Narnia helped his readers in thinking about morality too, and encouraged readers how to be good people. He has realised the dullness of many academic books, Lewis told stories which would teach people about virtue and morality in a fantastic mystical tale. Using narration and his wonderful thinking and ideas, he achieved success in guiding people on how to display goodness, nobility, divinity and how these can be shown in real life. Narnia is also popular among adult readers for its deeper complex ideas and lessons when you read carefully and think about each scenario and characters in a deeper manner. We encourage you to pick this up and enjoy this with friends and children for a fantastic ride through this awesome classic! Browse our authors and series collection for more great authors.
The Magician's Nephew
Opens the doorway to the magical land of Narnia for the first time
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy stumble upon the world of Narnia. Here, Winter and the White Witch are the greatest threats and the children must join forces with the great lion, Aslan, to battle against the evil enchantment.
The Horse and His Boy
Shasta, the slave boy, meets Bree, a talking horse, and together they flee on a wild and dangerous journey through strange cities, eerie tombs and harsh deserts in search of Narnia, where there is freedom and safety.
Prince Caspian is in terrible danger when his wicked uncle, King Miraz, decides to get rid of the young heir to the throne. In desperation, Caspian blows the magic horn, calling on Peter, Susan, Lucy and Edmund in Narnia's hour of need.
The Voyage of The Dawn Treader
This is the fifth adventure in the exciting Chronicles of Narnia. When Lucy, Edmund and their awful cousin Eustace are suddenly swept into the picture of a sailing ship, they find themselves in the magical kingdom of Narnia, and on a voyage of discovery to the End of the World.
The Silver Chair
Prince Rilian, Caspian's beloved son, has mysteriously disappeared, and Jill and Eustace are brought into Narnia by Aslan, the great Lion, to find him. But an evil enchantress has dire plans for the prince, and for Narnia
The Last Battle
A false Aslan is commanding all Narnians to work for the cruel Calormenes and striking terror into every heart. Jill and Eustace find themselves called into Narnia once more, this time to aid King Tirian in the mightiest of all battles