The Chronicles of Narnia, perhaps the most famous and beloved work of C.S. Lewis, are a seven-part fantasy series enjoyed by both children and adults. Critics agree the books are an allegorical treatment of Jesus Christ. Readers can choose to explore Narnia as the characters did, or as Lewis himself did.

Series according to plot chronology:

  • The Magician's Nephew
  • The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe
  • The Horse and His Boy
  • Prince Caspian
  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  • The Silver Chair
  • The Last Battle

Order in which Lewis wrote the series: 

  • The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe
  • Prince Caspian
  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  • The Horse and His Boy
  • The Silver Chair
  • The Last Battle
  • The Magician's Nephew

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#narnia
Undernet chat channel for discussion of the Biblical parallels found in Chronicles of Narnia series. Rules, meeting schedule, links.
Factmonster: Narnia
Special feature includes a detailed biography of the creator of Narnia.
Home School Treasures: Tales of Narnia
Article warning parents not to let their children read the book because it contains witchcraft, a curse, the drinking of alcoholic beverages and a Christ-like lion who can not be trusted 100%.
Into the Wardrobe - a C. S. Lewis website
Includes a daily quote, biography, essays, photos, audio files, discussion forum archives and an online bookstore.
The Lion's Call
Learn about both the facts and the uses of allegory in the books, look at images, or download Narnia desktop icons.
The Narnia Web
Includes a free 20-lesson course for children and adults as well as games, art, maps, and articles on the books. Also features information on the movie.
De-Fanging C.S. Lewis: Will New Narnia Books Lose the Religion?
Article by Joe Woodward in the National Catholic Register, about HarperCollins plans to create new Narnia books. A leaked memo suggests that the publisher intends to avoid any Christian imagery. (January 01, 2001)
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