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"Polly was just beginning to cry, not with fear, and not even because he had hurt her wrist quite badly, but with furious anger."From The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis
Product DescriptionWhen Polly vanishes after Uncle Andrew's horrid trick, Digory has no choice but to follow her. Touching the magic rings takes the children into a wood where mysterious pools lead to countless other worlds.
Their adventure opens up the doorway to Narnia -- a new and magical land where animals learn to speak and where trees are able to walk. But Narnia is under threat from the evil Queen, and Digory and Polly have to find the magical fruit that alone can save it.
- Reading level: Ages 9-12
- Hardcover: 208 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins (May 30, 2006)
- ISBN-10: 0060875887
- ASIN: B001O9CBQC
Two London schoolchildren, Polly and Digory, meet and befriend one another, despite Digory's misery over his mother's fatal illness. But they fall prey to Digory's arrogant uncle Andrew -- Andrew has created some magical rings that transport the wearer to another world, and he wants the two as guinea pigs. Polly and Digory only narrowly manage to return from a dying world.
But they had an unwelcome passenger -- Jadis, an imperious sorceress who destroyed her own world with one word, and now wants ours. Polly and Digory are appalled at what has happened and try to find some way of transporting Jadis elsewhere, using the magical rings. But when they do, they find themselves encountering the world that is just being created, by a strange lion -- the world of Narnia.
The Magician's Nephew is a very entertaining fantasy novel.
The Magician's Nephew Read-Aloud Edition (Narnia)
“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.” — C. S. Lewis