If I visited Narnia, I think I would be afraid to meet the Lion, though that would be the whole point of the trip. I would enjoy meeting the a talking Mice, but I'm afraid I couldn't come up to their standard of chivalry. But I'm sue I would get along famously with the Marsh Wiggles, who have a glum view of life and a real talent for happiness. And this is the only book where one gets to meet one! This reading brings all the characters to life—especially the Marsh Wiggle.
A fun journey into the past for a Nana whose kids devoured these books, and now grandkids are starting to read. Got to be "with it" for interesting conversation with them. Sometimes I will actually get a "reading list" from one or more of them.
I've always loved the Chronicles of Narnia series Jeremy Northam brings this book to life great performance as far as how it ran. If I could give it a 6/5 I would you recommend this audio book to anyone.
Another wonderful work by C.S. Lewis.
Enjoy the adventures of young Eustace And Jill as they encounter surprising challenges of not only hardships on their journey amidst many dangers but also see their very different personalities start working together as they progress on their dangerous mission.
The Silver Chair is a children's tale that delights adults too. Aslan, the lion who represents the Lord Jesus in the Chronicles of Narnia, sends Jill and Eustace on an assignment to rescue Prince Rilian, whil saving the two children from troubles of their own.
CS Lewis at his best writing children's stories any adult can find rich with meaning. Of the Narnian tales, this is my favorite.