Prince Caspian



Prince Caspian by C. S. Lewis

In Prince Caspian, C.S. Lewis takes us back to Narnia. Although it has only been a year since Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy left Narnia as Kings and Queens, hundreds of Narnian years have passed. Narnia is now held by a usurper to the throne, King Miraz. His nephew the rightful king of Narnia, Prince Caspian, fled for his life.  In desperate need, Caspian blows Susan’s horn calling Aslan and the ancient Kings and Queens into Narnia. Can Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy help Caspian take the throne from Miraz? Read this thrilling adventure to find out.

Prince Caspian, along with all the Chronicles of Narnia are a delight for readers of all ages. Lewis’ analogies provide parents ample opportunity to discuss the Christian worldview with their children. A must read!

Lewis, C. S. Prince Caspian. HarperCollins Children’s Books, 2014.


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