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Narnia

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Narnia

Long before Harry Potter discovered Platform 9 and 3/4, four English children --- Lucy, Edmund, Peter and Susan --- traveled through an ordinary-looking clothes closet (wardrobe) and found themselves in a magical world called Narnia. Their adventures are at the heart of THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE and the other six novels that make up the Chronicles of Narnia.

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Narnia

Books in this series

by C. S. Lewis

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis - Adventure, Children's, Children's 8-12, Coming of Age, Classics, Fantasy, Fiction, Youth Fiction

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis - Adventure, Fantasy

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.

by C. S. Lewis

On their very first day in the city, the brothers are woken up early in the morning by fireworks. But they are a part of elaborate cover for the heist of a priceless artifact. The theft seems to have been orchestrated by Joe’s favorite street artist, an unidentified outlaw and activist that goes only by the name Le Stylo. From everything they know about Le Stylo, the crime is out of character. Sure, he makes a habit of provoking the authorities, but he’s an activist; not a thief. Could the artist known for his mystique have been framed? Frank and Joe are determined to find out.