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BOOK THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 1
The magician's grandson.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 210 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in the early 1900s, when Polly and Digory browse through the objects in the attic of Uncle Andrew, who is actually a wizard without their knowledge. Through the power of a ring, they will disappear and will be catapulted into the Middle Forest, or the beginning of the kingdom of Narnia, many years before Lucy and the Pevensie brothers cross the threshold of the magic closet.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 2
The lion, the witch and the wardrobe.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 182 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Dei F.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in 1940 when Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie take refuge in a country house due to the war. Here, playing hide and seek, they enter a large closet which is actually a dimensional gateway to the magical world of Narnia, populated with fantastic creatures. The kingdom of Narnia is in the throes of an ice age due to the curse of the white witch, who has imprisoned its inhabitants in the grip of frost. With the help of the lion Aslan, the four boys will have the task of freeing Narnia.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 3
The horse and the boy.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 210 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

Shasta could not have known that if he spoke to a horse, he would answer it. The noble steed Bri is a talking creature from the magical kingdom of Narnia. He was taken prisoner, but now he would like to return home, that world that Shasta has always dreamed of. Thus begins a journey full of adventures and new friends, which will be for them a test of courage, love and wisdom.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 4
Prince Caspian.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 224 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in 1941 when Narnia was conquered by men. The creatures that populated that magical kingdom have hidden themselves, in the forest or underground, to the point that their memory has become legend. But Prince Caspian, ousted from the throne, decides to organize the revolt of those creatures, thanks to the help of the four Pevensie brothers recalled to their dimension, through a magic horn.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 5
The voyage of the sailing ship.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 252 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in 1942 when Eustachio the cousin of Edmund and Lucy, who has never been to Narnia, appears. He could not have known that looking at a painting of a stormy sea, they would have fallen into it! Fortunately, Prince Caspian comes to their aid and will take them aboard the golden Sailing Ship of Dawn on a long journey that will lead them to the End of the World.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 6
The silver chair.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 238 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in 1942 when the lion Aslan will bring Eustachio Scrubb and Jill Pole into their world and join them Pudanghera, a strange creature of the swamps. the mission to accomplish will be to fight for the liberation of Rilian, son of King Caspian, kidnapped by an evil witch. A story full of adventures and twists, which will put our heroes to the test.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia Vol. 7
The last battle.

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2010
Pages: 196 illustrated, paperback
Translator: Belliti C.
Publisher: Mondadori
Necklace: Oscar junior
Recommended age: 11 years and up

The story is set in 1946 and the story of Narnia comes to an end. All the characters from the previous six novels come to the fore to say hello, from the Firefly eagle to the Diamond unicorn. But the real heroes of this "grand finale" are Tirian, the last descendant of the kings of Narnia, Jill and Eustachio, who must unmask an absurd impostor. The forces of good and evil are preparing for the decisive battle, but in the end it is at the "heart of things" that everyone will have to look.

Books the Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia
The story with the images of the film. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe.


Year: 2005
Pages: 53 illustrated, bound
Translator: Magnaghi R.
Publisher: Mondadori
Recommended age: 6 years and up

Lucy and her brothers could not have known that inside the closet of an elderly professor's house there was a dimensional gap, which will lead them into the world of Narnia populated by fantastic and mythological creatures such as fauns, gnomes, talking animals. This beautiful kingdom is under the spell of the evil White Witch, who has created an endless winter, freezing all its inhabitants. But there is a creature, great and majestic, that the most powerful of spells would not be able to bend: his gaze is furious and soon he will return to do justice to every cruelty and abuse ... The masterpiece of modern English literature told through the splendid images of the film.

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2005
Editor: Mondadori

Journeys to the end of the world, fantastic creatures, epic battles between good and evil ... Written in 1949 by CS Lewis, "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" inaugurated the series of seven volumes that would become famous as "The Chronicles of Narnia". A book that transcends the fantasy genre, now recognized among the classics of twentieth century English literature. CS Lewis wrote it with the declared intention of addressing children, but not just them. This edition presents the full text of the "Chronicles of Narnia" in a single volume, with a fully updated translation and a short essay in the appendix, in which Lewis himself explains what "writing for children" means to him.

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2005
Editor: Mondadori

Lewis wrote the seven volumes of the Cycle of Narnia - published here in a three-volume box set - with the declared intention of addressing child readers, but not just them. It was his opinion that "a book does not deserve to be read at ten if it does not deserve to be read at fifty" and these fantastic novels are truly "books for everyone". Children will find the fast pace of adventure and an incredible swirl of characters, while adults will discover a "secondary world", created by a writer who draws on the great tradition of childhood literature, but also on Dante's allegories

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe. Edmund and the white witch

Author: Driggs Scout
Year: 2005
Editor: Mondadori

When his little sister Lucy tells him she was in the magical kingdom of Narnia, passing through a closet, Edmund just doesn't believe her. However, out of pure curiosity, one day he decides to follow her and check in person. Not only does he discover that it's all true but he also makes friends with a beautiful lady who offers him her favorite sweets. She is the White Witch, the evil queen of Narnia. But Edmund doesn't know. Will he be able to escape and, together with his brothers, break the spell that weighs on the inhabitants of the realm? Age of reading: from 5 years

Books of Chronicles of NarniaA family guide to the Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Ditchfield Christin
Year: 2005
Editor: Ass. Alfa & Omega

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe lion, the witch and the wardrobe. The Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2005
Editor: Mondadori

Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are displaced in the countryside: there is war, and they will be safer there than in London. And how many surprises await them, in the large house that hosts them! The most extraordinary is undoubtedly an immense wardrobe that seems to be made for hiding inside, and which is actually a "door" to enter another world, where animals speak and no spell is impossible. So the four boys suddenly find themselves in a place all white with snow, dominated by the evil will of a witch who has canceled the seasons and transformed her enemies into statues, turning the happy kingdom of Narnia into a wasteland. But luckily there is someone who can put things right

Books of Chronicles of NarniaStory of a masterpiece. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe. The Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Moore Perry
Year: 2005
Editor: Walt Disney Company Italy

This volume, rich in illustrations, traces the making of the film "The Chronicles of Narnia. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", based on the masterpiece by CS Lewis. From the birth of the idea to the last take, passing through all the stages of pre-production, the search for the cast and settings scattered around the four corners of the globe, those who worked on this great production reveal all the secrets behind the scenes. -screens: makeup, special effects, costumes and animatronics. And then there is little Georgie's diary and her interviews with the actors, to reveal the tender and the most difficult moments and the thousands of daily adventures of the troupe.

Books of Chronicles of NarniaTea with Mr. Tumnus. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe. The Chronicles of Narnia

Author: Frantz Jennifer
Year: 2005
Editor: Mondadori

What secrets can be hidden in a closed closet? Lucy certainly did not imagine that in the huge wardrobe of the country house there was a door, and behind the door a world populated by fauns, gnomes, talking animals and wonderful creatures. It is the fantastic kingdom of Narnia, a beautiful land, but in the grip of an endless winter and dominated by the merciless White Witch. At first, finding herself unexpectedly in the middle of a snowy forest, Lucy gets scared, fearing she will never be able to go back to her brothers, but soon a kind faun will host her to warm up by the fire and help her find her way home.

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia. Vol. 2

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2004
Editor: Mondadori

Lewis wrote the seven volumes of the Cycle of Narnia with the declared intention of addressing child readers, but not just them. It was his opinion that "a book does not deserve to be read at ten if it does not deserve to be read at fifty" and these fantastic novels are truly "books for everyone". Children will find the fast pace of adventure and an incredible swirl of characters, while adults will discover a "secondary world", created by a writer who draws on the great tradition of childhood literature but also on Dante's allegories.

Books of Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia. Vol. 3

Author: Lewis Clive S.
Year: 2004
Editor: Mondadori

Lewis wrote the seven volumes of the Cycle of Narnia with the declared intention of addressing child readers, but not just them. It was his opinion that "a book does not deserve to be read at ten if it does not deserve to be read at fifty" and these fantastic novels are truly "books for everyone". Children will find the fast pace of adventure and an incredible swirl of characters, while adults will discover a "secondary world", created by a writer who draws on the great tradition of childhood literature but also on Dante's allegories.

Other resources and links
The film The Chronicles of Narnia: the lion the witch and the wardrobe
The film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

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