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  • Published: New York : Collier Books, [1977, c1952]
  • Year Published: 1952
  • Description: 216 p. : illus. ; 18 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • Lexile: 970

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  • 0064409465 :
  • 0064471071 :
  • 0064405028 :

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The voyage of the "Dawn Treader"

by Lewis, C. S. 1898-1963.

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Call number: J Fiction / Lewis, C. S.

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Malletts Youth

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Youth level.

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Love

I love this book. It's my favorite in the series. I love visiting the different islands, and how the setting is so unique for each. It is great to see more of the Narnian universe.

Action picks up

Yep, my young (currently 6 1/2 y.o.) son will go for this one, too, I think. This volume of the Narnia Chronicles does have more tension than the last one, in several respects. First, when mean ol' Eustace turns into a dragon, and second, on the island with the invisible, thumping voices that make threats to the children. Lucy's journey up to the magician's study to find the spell that will make the Dufflepuds visible is quite nerve-racking. I'm sure that I'll eventually read this one to our son and have to tell him how that turns out before we actually get there.

Pheonix

simply amazing!!!

C.S. Luis is your pusher

The first book in this series is wonderful and imaginative. The following are still pretty good, but they get increasingly pushy on the religious front. By the end it just feels like I’m being yelled at by a priest, who is telling me to go to church.

The audio books are narrated by Patrick Stuart, who does a fantastic job, I recommend it.

good

good book

cool

good series

Wonderful!

A great book by CS Lewis. In this book, Prince Caspian and his crew sail to the end of the world.

Book

Another book created after the movie. Relatively interesting.

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