The lion, the witch and the wardrobe /
by C.S. Lewis ; illustrated by Pauline Baynes.
|Summary:||The story begins with the wardrobe, for without it Lucy would never have found her way into Narnia, or even heard of the white witch, whose reign has been longer than anyone knows. But work is afoot to dislodge the witch. It is whispered that Aslan - the great lion - is once again on the move. Only with his help is there hope of the white witch being defeated - and she has captured Edmund. To save Edmund, Aslan must sacrifice everything. But without him the ancient prophecy cannot be fulfilled, of Narnia made free. A classic story of the fight between good and evil. |
|In collection:||Dr Patricia Donlon collection of Irish, Irish-related and other children's books|
|Published / Created:||
|Series:||Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963. Chronicles of Narnia.
|Notes:||Originally published: London : Bles, 1950. |
Physical description: 171 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm