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The Remin Chronicles : Sir Heads-A-Lot
Sir Heads-A-Lot is David's friend in the two fantasy novels by Nick Ruth. Ruth's Remin Chronicles contains the Dark Dreamweaver and The Breezes of Inspire. Sir Heads-a-Lot, the entertainer, has some special keepsakes in his pockets.
Stan Berenstain the Writer's Books
Stan Berenstain passed but his story books will forever entertain and help toddlers, preschool and elementary kids. He and his wife, Jan Berenstain, wrote the Berenstain Bears board and picture books. Visit the Berenstain cubs in Bear Country.
Mr. & Mrs. Beaver
The Pevensie children meet Mr. Beaver who has the ability to talk. He invites Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy to his house. There they meet Mrs. Beaver who tells them of the ancient prophecy and the part they play in it.
Father Christmas' Gifts to Lucy Pevensie
Father Christmas is back in Narnia. The jolly man gives Lucy Christmas gifts. Lucy receives a vial containing a magicial potion and a small dagger.
2006 Grammy Nominations in the Children's Categories
Prepare for the 2006 Grammy Awards. Read next year's nominations before the Awards ceremony.
Chronicles of Narnia Clues : The White Witch's Secret Police
Maugrim is the leader of a pack of wolves who are the White Witch's Secret Police in C. S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. They are Queen Jardis, the White Witch's minions. Read this Chronicles of Narnia Clues' article for more about Maugrim and his wolf pack.
Chronicles of Narnia Clues : Edmund Pevensie
Edmund Pevensie likes Turkisk Delight. He does Jardis, the White Witch's bidding to get more. Edmund betrays his brother and sisters in his dream to be King of Narnia.
The Wardrobe's History
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the hit book and movie. Read the history of the wardrobe which doubles as a portal to Narnia.
Christian Themes In The Narnia Chronicles
Anyone familiar with Christian beliefs cannot help but notice the symbolism in the Chronicles of Narnia. The stories are more than classic tales of good versus evil. They have a very clear Christ-like character in Aslan, the King, who is described as the lord of the wood and son of the Emperor acros
Lucy Pevensie, Lu, discovers the wardrobe which is the portal to Narnia. She is the youngest of the four Pevensive children in C. S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
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