"Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy, and it has been told in another book called how they had a remarkable adventure." So begins C. S. Lewis's and the children's second remarkable escapade into Narnia--a Narnia known but unknown, looking much different than it did in their first adventure.
C. S. Lewis scholar Marjorie Lamp Mead and literary specialist Leland Ryken work their own magic to take you deep into Narnia once again, providing a guided tour of that highlights characters, setting and framework, with rich background details to enhance your reading of the story. The authors also shed light on Lewis's imagination and literary forms, and include a brief biography of Lewis himself. Added questions for discussion and reflection make this the perfect companion to for book discussion groups.
Following the pattern set in their Mead and Ryken help you, like the Pevensie children, enter Narnia again in a new way and find it to be an even more surprising place than you ever imagined.