The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Chapter Books Series by C.S. Lewis
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Post a Comment. Upon arriving, the four children realize that their new home will afford them many freedoms, including exploration of the large house and surrounding area. It's raining the next day, so the four children spend the day exploring the house. In one room, they find nothing but a wardrobe. Lucy is the only one remains to look into the wardrobe. When she does, she walks through coats and furs, expecting to find the back, but instead finds herself in a forest with snow on the ground, and a gleaming light in the distance. She turns around and can still see the professor's house from the woods.
They stay with Professor Kirke, an eccentric but kind old man, who resides in a house filled with twists, turns, and surprises.
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All rights reserved. Four siblings, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, are sent away from London to keep them safe from air raids. In some of the other Narnia chronicles, we learn that their last name is Pevensie, although it's not actually mentioned in this book. The four children are sent to live in a large house in the country owned by an old professor. His housekeeper, Mrs. Macready, and three servants take care of the house and look after the children.
Peter , Susan , Edmund , and Lucy are siblings who come to live with an old Professor in his home "in the heart of the country" during the war, since air raids are throwing London into a state of terror. Peter is the eldest, followed by Susan and Edmund, and Lucy is the youngest. The Professor is an old, unmarried man who lives with a housekeeper and three servants. Lucy is a little afraid of him when they first meet; Edmund, revealing his unpleasant personality, tries to cover his laughter at the sight of the old man. As the four children say good night and ready themselves for bed, they exclaim over the woods and mountains surrounding the house. Lucy hears an owl in the night, and the children exclaim in excitement about the badgers, snakes, and foxes that they may discover in the forest. The following morning, however, they awaken to rain.