The Chronicles of Narnia

The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

Written By: C.S. Lewis

Project By: Katie Boling

There are 206 pages in this novel.

All you have to do is open a door to find a new world...


Four children, soon to be kings and queens, enter a new world called Narnia not realizing it will change their world forever. Lucy, the youngest of the four kids leads the family to believe in more than just your average magic. They encounter a White Witch, some beavers and a faun during their adventure. Though trouble follows them throughout their journey the four children never give up, especially when the Great Lion, Aslan, shows up.

Theme: Family can make it through anything!

The theme of the novel, The Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, is that family can make it through anything. This includes the good times and the bad times. In the novel, the children learn to forgive their brother Edmund who betrays them. Even though it is during a difficult time, the family still stays strong together. I can relate to the theme of this novel because my family goes through hard times too. No matter what happens, I know we will always be there for one another and be ready to forgive each other.

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