PRINCE CASPIAN : THE RETURN TO NARNIA
New York : HarperCollins, 1994.
IL 5-8 RL 5.6
children are at a train station ready to start school. They are pulled
back to Narnia, landing at the dilapidated but familiar castle. Their adventure
leads them to the young Princes's aid as he tries to regain the throne
his uncle has usurped. His tutor, a half-dwarf, Doctor Cornelius, rekindles
his belief in old Narnia, tales forbidden in the castle but told anyway
by his nurse in the form of fairy stories. Dwarfs, talking animals and
adoring trees all add to the enchantment -- one very proud and brave mouse,
Reepicheep is inspiring.
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