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Chronicles of Narnia in Traditional Chinese


Narnia is a magical place with fantastic beings, talking animals, and magical people.  The children are transported into this magical place to help keep the peace.

In Traditional Chinese

The Chronicles of Narnia is a 7-part novel series for kids and teens that follow the
adventures of the Pevensie children and friends as they go on exciting adventures in Narnia.  The Chronicles of Narnia was written between 1949 to 1954 by CS Lewis.  This is Lewis' most popular work.  It has sold over 120 million copies in 41 languages. The first two books have already had movie translations in 2005 and 2008.







Chronicles of Narnia List of Books











TITLE ABOUT THE BOOK
Book 1 -

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #1  (1950)

The 4 Pevensie siblings discover a magical wardrobe in their uncle's house.  They are transported to Narnia,  a magical winter place ruled by the evil White Witch.

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Prince Caspian
Prince Caspian, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #2
(1951)

Prince Caspian is in danger.  His uncle, Miraz, usurped his throne.  Caspian blows Susan's magical horn and the Pevensie kids are transported again to Narnia to help restore Caspian to the throne.

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Voyage of the Dawn Trader
The Voyage of the Dawn Trader, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #3(1952)

Edmund, Lucy and cousin Eustace join Caspian and travel to the edge of Aslan to find the 7 lords banished by Miraz.


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The Silver Chair The Silver Chair, , Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #4 (1953)

Eustace and classmate Jill are called to Aslan to help find Caspian's son Rilian.


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The Horse and His Boy The Horse and His Boy, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #5 (1954) 

The story happens during the Pevensies reign in Narnia (referred to at the ending of book 1).  A horse and a boy become friends but find out the Calormenes are about to invade Archenland, so the 2 must race to warn the king.


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The Magician's Nephew



The Magician's Nephew, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #6  (1955)

How Aslan created the world, and how evil started.

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The Last Battle



The Last Battle, Narnia, C.S. Lewis, Traditional Chinese, Book #7 (1956) 

A donkey is tricked to impersonate Aslan and this results to a battle between the Calormens and King Tirian.

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