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The Chronicles of Narnia series

The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of seven high fantasy novels by author C. S. Lewis. It is considered a classic of children’s literature and is the author’s best-known work, having sold over 100 million copies in 47 languages.

Books in the The Chronicles of Narnia series:

The Chronicles of Narnia (2007)

A boxed set of paperbacks containing all seven novels with cover art by David Wiesner.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Horse and His Boy (1954)

Bree, a talking horse from Narnia, joins up with Shasta, a young slave in Calormen, to escape to Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Last Battle (1956)

Tirian, the last king of Narnia summons Jill and Eustace to his aid when his kingdom is overrun by the Calormenes.

1956

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Last Battle (2007)

Tirian, the last king of Narnia summons Jill and Eustace to his aid when his kingdom is overrun by the Calormenes.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1981)

Evacuated from London during the Blitz, the four Pevensie children discover a new world in the wardrobe in the spare room - Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Michael Hague

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1998)

Evacuated from London during the Blitz, the four Pevensie children discover a new world in the wardrobe in the spare room - Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2007)

Evacuated from London during the Blitz, the four Pevensie children discover a new world in the wardrobe in the spare room - Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: A Story for Children (1950)

Evacuated from London during the Blitz, the four Pevensie children discover a new world in the wardrobe in the spare room - Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Magician’s Nephew (1955)

Digory’s uncle sends him and his neighbor Polly to the land between the worlds and he comes back with the cruel witch Jadis. In an attempt to get rid of her they all end up in the newborn world of Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Magician’s Nephew (2007)

Digory’s uncle sends him and his neighbor Polly to the land between the worlds and he comes back with the cruel witch Jadis. In an attempt to get rid of her they all end up in the newborn world of Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Magician’s Nephew (1994)

Digory’s uncle sends him and his neighbor Polly to the land between the worlds and he comes back with the cruel witch Jadis. In an attempt to get rid of her they all end up in the newborn world of Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia (1951)

While on their way to school the Pevensie children find themselves pulled out of our world into Narnia at the summons of Queen Susan’s horn, blown by Prince Caspian, the rightful king of Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia (2007)

While on their way to school the Pevensie children find themselves pulled out of our world into Narnia at the summons of Queen Susan’s horn, blown by Prince Caspian, the rightful king of Narnia.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Silver Chair (1953)

Eustace Scrubb who had accompanied Edmund and Lucy on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, returns to Narnia with his schoolmate Jill Pole and is tasked by Aslan with recovering Caspian’s son, Prince Rilian

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Silver Chair (2007)

Eustace Scrubb who had accompanied Edmund and Lucy on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, returns to Narnia with his schoolmate Jill Pole and is tasked by Aslan with recovering Caspian’s son, Prince Rilian

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952)

Edmund and Lucy Pevensie are visiting their cousin Eustice Scrubb when they are pulled into a picture of a Narnian ship and find themselves part of the crew of the Dawn Treader under the command of Caspian the tenth.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2007)

Edmund and Lucy Pevensie are visiting their cousin Eustice Scrubb when they are pulled into a picture of a Narnian ship and find themselves part of the crew of the Dawn Treader under the command of Caspian the tenth.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
David Wiesner

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