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The Chronicles of Narnia - Full-Color Collectors Edition

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Chronicles of Narnia

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Average Rating: This item received 5 stars overall.

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The Chronicles of Narnia - Paperback Boxed Set


Send your children on a life-changing journey to Narnia! Once they’ve followed Lucy through the back of a magic wardrobe—and met Aslan, the Christlike lion—they’ll never be the same. Kids adore these classics for their imaginative story lines; adults appreciate the rich scriptural symbolism.

And just when you thought Narnia couldn’t get any better, now you can see the magical land in color with your own eyes, not just your imagination! These wonderful commemorative editions feature colorful artwork by Pauline Baynes, the first illustrator of the beloved series. The covers are also from the original books first published in the united Kingdom. Perfect for family reading by the fire!

7 volumes, approximately 225 pages each, Color illustrations, Deluxe Box set

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This item received 5 stars overall. The magical land of Narnia

The recent movies The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and Prince Caspian have stirred a renewed interest in the novels written by C.S. Lewis, of which there are seven. Before the movies came out, I had only heard of the Narnia series in passing, and to be honest, I wasn’t particularly interested in it. After I saw the first movie, that changed. After the release of the second movie (with a surprise and horrible ending), I was interested enough in the series to read it for myself (the same thing happened with the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, but I was so exhausted after reading Fellowship of the Ring that I never finished the Two Towers). So I read it.

Unfortunately, even though I liked both Narnia movies, they really didn’t do justice Full Review...

This item received 5 stars overall. A wonderful story for any age.

I first read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe when I was fairly young, and re-read it for an English assignment in 7th grade - at which point it became my favorite book. For years afterward, I wanted to read the rest of the series, but aside from a few attempts, I didn't actually read the rest of them until my senior year in college when I took a class on CS Lewis. My high expectations of the rest of the books were certainly not let down in the least.

Lewis weaves a great tale, managing to keep threads of continuity throughout changing storylines, settings, and characters, all the way through the last book in the series. Some people wonder what the best order is to read the stories - most editions now, especially the seven-in-one books, have the books in chronological order as opposed to the order in which Lewis wrote them. Personally, I think the published order is the better way to read them - but it is harder to find sets in this order. As my professor for that CS Lew Full Review...

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