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The lion, the witch and the wardbrobe is a fantasy about four children of various ages who must leave their home because of air raids.
The four children have to go live in a large house with a professor in the country to keep them safe from the war.
While the four children are exploring the large house they find a wardrobe in an empty room.
When the children look inside the wardrobe they discover a passageway into a magical land called Narnia.
In Narnia the four children are swept into one adventure after another while they try to destroy the evil White Witch so that spring will return to Narnia.

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Comments on: "The lion, the witch and the wardrobe – C. S. Lewis" (27)

  1. Lucy, Peter, Susan and Edmond goes to live in the countryside during war. They lived at am estranged relatives house who was a professor. During a game of Hide and Seek, Lucy hides in a wardrobe. As she backs away from the door, she falls into snow? She meets Mr. Tumnus and soon returns to the house where she goes to tell her siblings. Will they believe her and go into the mystery magical world or will they think she’s crazy and just continue on with their daily lives.

    10/10 for this book. LOVED it

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  2. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a fantastic story filled with mythical creatures, daring adventures, and 4 curious children who enter the mysterious world of Narnia through a wardrobe. Although this story is fictional, I believe it has more depth and meaning to it. It displays qualities of humanity such as loyalty, trust, and love. It also shows how the evil in mankind can be used as weapons against others. I absolutely love all of the characters, but my favourite characters would be Aslan the Lion, and Mr. Tumnus the Faun. I love Aslan because he is so wise, caring, and loyal. I also love Mr. Tumnus because he too is caring, loyal and kind-hearted. I adore this book because we can relate to it so well, as we all imagined and dreamed about mythical creatures, certainly after you had read the book! It is a really well written story that I will never forget. I recommend this to anyone and everyone, big or small and I rate it a BIG 10/10.

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  3. Alana said:

    I have always loved The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, from when I read it at the age of 8 and to this day. This is because C.S Lewis’ novel depicts a whole new fantastical world filled with mythical creatures and adventure, in which children will always remember and love, I did. My favourite part of the book/ movie is when all 4 Pevensie children enter the wardrobe together and are amazed for what they are seeing. However, my favourite character is without a doubt, Aslan the lion and true king of Narnia. This is because he is so honest, wise and he’s also a talking lion! Although I can’t relate to any of the characters as it’s fictional, I liked how it was set in the time of World War II therefore understanding how life would have been like back in those days, as I’ve studied it. My least favourite part of the novel and movie is when Jadis the white witch killed Aslan……or did she really? Nevertheless it being thrilling and sad as like I said, he is my favourite character. I wouldn’t change this book at all, due to the memories I have reading it as a child and having enjoyed many novels written by Lewis. I recommend both the novel and movie to anyone but more specifically children due to the fantasy and adventure themes.

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  4. Emily said:

    ‘The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe’ is a really great kids story, I used to read it with my mum before I went to bed. I really love it how there are lots of amazing stories by C.S. Lewis that come after ‘The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe’ so you can keep reading C.S. Lewis’ fantastic adventure stories. This book is about 4 kids, Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter Pevensie. They find a wardrobe that leads to a magical land full of snow where animals can talk. They have been assigned a mission to stop the ‘White Witch’ from taking over ‘Narnia’ from ‘Aslan’ (the lion). I really enjoyed reading this book. I recommend this book for all ages, young and old. I give this book a 10 out of 10.

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  5. Isabelle said:

    The Lion the Witch the Wardrobe was a great book. I remember when I was a little girl and my mum would read it to me. I thought it was so real and i spent a day in my wardrobe. the describing words that C.S lewis has used and his structure method makes the story seem so lifelike. I would recommend this book a 10/10!!

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  6. I have not seen or read this movie in ages but all I can remember is that it is awesome! Lucy is so cute she seems really fun and sweet. I love Lucy, Susan, Edmand and Peter, I think everyone will love this movie but some parts may scare younger audiences but 8+ would love it!!! 10/10

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  7. I remember when I was about 8 years old and my Mum reading me the books of Narnia. I could not wait til she reached that part of the book. When she did I would beg her to read me more but she would turn off the light and tell me goodnight. This book is a really, really good read and I definetley reccomend it for both Adults and Children alike. It is non violent and gets you hooked once you open the book. I love Edmund, Lucy, Susan and Peter and I could relate to Lucy, because I like finding things and sometimes when you tell someone something they think that it is absoulote noncense. My favourite bit would be when they all walk through the wardrobe and see Narnia and also see that Lucy was right. I definetley reccomend this for people 8-9+. I swear you will love it!

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  8. I loved the book The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe it gives you a clear visions of the story whilst making you imagine the story. C. S. Lewis does a great job of making you see the story and really get captured in the book. It one of the really good fantasy novels in this Narnia Series. I would rate this book a 9/10 and recommend it to anyone who life fantasy novels.

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  9. Ruby Neal said:

    the lion witch and the wardrobe is a great tale. it suspends your disbelief a little after i watched it i was a little afraid of turkish delight haha. but honestly it is a great book its thrilling and engaging i recommend it to anybody really i give it a 8/10 i love this book and i hope you do to

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  10. Georgette said:

    I loved ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe because it makes you have little visions in your head about what happens as you read. My favourite part of the book was when Lucy fell into the other side of the wardrobe. My favourite character was Lucy because she was my age when I first read the book and she is the one that always visits Narnia. I can relate to Lucy by: I’m her age and I love to discover new things no matter why they are. My least favourite part of the movie was when Susan, Edmund and Peter didn’t believe Lucy when she told them that there was a place called Narnia in the house. To me I wouldn’t change anything about the movie because I like the movie the way it is. I would definitely recommend this to people especially 9+. I think children and adults would be happy to watch this movie. I rate it a 9.5/10

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  11. Georgette said:

    This movie is about a little girl called Lucy, who finds herself in a magical place called Narnia! She discovers Narnia by all 4 of them: Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter, when Lucy and Edmund hide in one of the upstairs rooms when they find a wardrobe in one of them. Lucy falls through the wardrobe and finds herself in a mysterious place called Narnia.
    I recommend this to 12yrs + and i rate it a 9.5/10

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  12. I have to recommend the book the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe C. S. Lewis. I like this book because it is so descriptive about what is in Narnia and what happens to the children. My favourite part of this book is when Lucy first discovers Narnia and she steps out of the wardrobe and into the new world. Of course my favourite character is Lucy because she is a brave, young, caring girl who loves adventures. I recommend this book to others because it is a fantastic story about Peter, Susan, Lucy, Edmund, Mr Tumnas, Aslan and Narnia. This book was very imaginative and there was a new adventure on all of the pages. The ages that would best like this book are probably Grade 5- 9.

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  13. Cassie said:

    The Lion, the Witch and th Wardrobe is one of the BEST books i’ve read. The concept of four children finding a world inside of a wardrobe is so cool! C.S.Lewis did a great job in just letting his imagination run free. A half human, half animal called Mr Tumnus, A Wicked ice witch, magical lands in wardrobes. It goes on and on. I love this book because while you read it captures you and takes you into Narnia. I would recommend it for ages 12 and up because it does get a little confusing sometimes. Happy reading!! 🙂

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  14. I think that the lion witch and the wardrobe is a fantastic book and movie!!!
    My favourite part in this book is when all the children go to the beavers house and have dinner. I don’t know why I like that bit I just do!!! My favourite Character is Mr. Beaver because in the movie he is really cute and in the book he helps the children learn about Narnia.
    My least favourite character is Edmund because he is really selfish and goes to the white witch even though he heard what she was like.
    I would defiantly recommend his book/movie to others because it is really exciting and very descriptive
    I rate tis book 9/10!!!!

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  15. i recommend ‘the lion the witch and the wardrobe’ written by C. S. Lewis. This is a really great bookto read about two brothers and two sisters that move to their uncles house. One day they go exploring and find a wardrobe, this wardrobe isn’t any old clothing cupboard though because when they go into it they have great adventures. The kids meet many friends that they will never forget and they meet and make their worst enemy’s there. What i like about this book is that the kids are just your normal ever day kids and they experience wonderful adventures in Narnia. I recommend this book for years 5 to 9 because i think that if these people read this book they will really enjoy it and they will always want to keep reading and they wont be able to put the book down. i really enjoyed it

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  16. i recommend ‘the lion the witch and the wardrobe’ written by C. S. Lewis. This is a fun book to read about two brothers and two sisters that move to their uncles house. One day they go exploring and find a wardrobe, this wardrobe isn’t any old clothing cupboard though because when they go into it they have great adventures. The kids meet many friends that they will never forget and they meet and make their worst enemy’s there. What i like about this book is that the kids are just your normal ever day kids and they experience wonderful adventures in Narnia. I recommend this book for years 7 to 9 because i think that if these people read this book they will really enjoy it and they will always want to keep reading and they wont be able to put the book down.

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  17. This is a great book for people who like adventure and fantasy. It is about a young family living in London while the war is going on. Their mother sends the children away to protect them. Lucy (the youngest child) finds a mysterious wardrobe in the spare room. She finds a forest behind the wardrobe doors and trys to convince her family that is exists. They start to go on adventures there but little do they know the witch wants them dead.

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  18. This book is a fantasy about a family of children who get seperated from there families because of air raids. They have to leave there town and go live with a profesor to keep them safe from war.All of the brothers and sisters were playing hide and seek and The youngest out of the four children Lucy goes to hide n a cupboard. She keeps walking backwards and falls into a fantasy land called Narnia!. This is what the whole books about there adventures to and from Narnia, the people they meet and the lifestyle that they have in this new land.

    I recommend this book for older children because they would get the story line of it more than the youngsters so i recommend it to 12- andy aged people.
    ENJOY!

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  19. I absolutely hated this book! It nearly bored me to death. In the beginning it was very slow to start some real action. It maybe a classic, it maybe a movie, maybe it is all of my friends favourite book of all time but in my opinion i hated it! As much as i like reading sad emotional books this one was too low. I knew what the author was working for in the book as the climax but it just didn’t work. If you’ve seen the movie…leave it at that.

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  20. this great classic is set in england during world war two when 4 children are sent to their uncles house to stay safe from the war. they are thrown into a world were animals cann speak, theres no christmas or summer and they are the only of their kind. i recommend it for those who love fantasy, action and adventure books.

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  21. This book was really good, I don’t read that many fantasies because they can be boring but this book was the opposite. It is a magical story about four children who discover a land called Narnia. It’s full of adventure and it’s very exciting. I recommend it to anyone, even if you don’t think you’ll like it you can’t judge a book by it’s cover!

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  22. You may never know what is behind your old wardrobe, for Lucy and her brothers and sister is a whole knew world. With magical beings and dark creatures set to destroy threats of any kind. An action packed book filled with adventure and suspence the whole way through, i would reccomend this book to anyone.

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  23. this was sooo good. a real journey through the ‘bookcase’ hahahahhaha. i wish i was mr tumnus.

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  24. Although we may be in a high school and just reading the title may make be turn away, I read this book quite often. Several days ago I just finished it, in fact.

    This book follows a young girl, known as Lucy, along with her 3 other siblings. Lucy one day enters a wardrobe in their new, mysterious house, and enters. She finds herself in a white world of snow, Narnia. This book promises suspense and action, and I well consider to be a page turner. Sure, the movie was good, and it followed the book quite well, but that’s no excuse to not read the book and let it gather dust on the LINC’s shelves!

    Even if you don’t enjoy the book, perhaps your 10-12 year old cousin will? Or brother, or sister!

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  25. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe – C. S. Lewis
    The book The lion, the witch and the wardrobe is a great fairy tale story set in the past. It follows the life of four children when they are sent to a country house to be safe from the war. One day while searching the house, The children find a secret passageway to a magical land called Narnia. The adventures they have can only be read for yourself. This book is a great read; I suggest you read it, even if you have already seen the movie.

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  26. the lion the which and the wardrob is a fantasy book about four children and their adventures in a wardrobe that leads to a magical land called Narnia. The four children get in trouble when their brother goes of to meet the which and they must save their brother bad help Narnia from the evil which. This is a wonderful book full of adventure and fantasy and i would recomentd it to everybody of all ages to read.

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  27. Lucy and her older brothers and sisters Peter, Susan, and Edmond, have been sent to England in the countryside during the war. It was not safe in London with all the bombings going on. They are now living with an weird relative, the Professor, in his old home.

    One day Lucy hides in a wardrobe. As she moves to the back of the cupboard she discovers herself outside in a cold winter land. Then she meets Mr. Tumnus, a faun. Soon she finds herself drinking tea by the fire. When she returns to the wardrobe and comes out, none of her brother and sisters believe her.
    i think this book is great for primary school children.

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