The Chronicles of Narnia: Including an Essay on Writing by C.S. Lewis
Publish date: October 26th 2004
Pages no: 778
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, High Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: The Chronicles of Narnia Series
Lexile Level: 940L This series by C.S. Lewis would be wonderful to introduce to upper elementary students. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe introduces four siblings named Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy and details their discovery of the magical world of Narnia which they enter through a wardro...
The Chronicles of Narnia follows the adventures of the Pevensie family and how they find adventure and honor in another world. I would truly use these books on ALL grade levels, reading to the younger and making book reviews for the older. There is literally so many units you could do with these!
Yes, the whole set. I missed these in childhood so thought I would do a catch up read. The only real problem with these are they're written for children. I was very aware of this as I read. Not the most sophisticated writing in the world. However, the stories have a special charm and they make f...
The Narnia series was one of my favorite series to read as a child. These books offer a world of magic and wonder, while also presenting realistic problems, people, and events. These books will, hopefully, be a staple in my classroom library in grades 4-6 because they are a great way to engage young...
Depending upon who you ask, the series begins with The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe OR it begins with The Magician's Nephew. I prefer to begin with The Magician's Nephew as it's technically the prequel (although written second to last) and sets up the creation of Narnia (the lamppost!). It foll...