Guest Author - Taisha Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Beaver invite the children: Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy into their home in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. The Beavers has the ability to speak. This ability was bestowed on their forefathers by Aslan.
Mr. Beaver finds the Pevensie children walking on a snow covered trail. They leave the trail and follow the talking beaver to his house. The house is made of sticks above a dam on the river. In the house, the children meet Mrs. Beaver. She has the ability to converse with humans, also.
Mr. Beaver goes fishing for trout. Mrs. Beaver prepares tea and rolls for the meal. Soon the meal is ready. The Beavers and their guests talk about the happenings in Narnia during the evening meal.
Mrs. Beaver tells the children that Aslan, the lion is on the move. Peter, Susan and Lucy are happy. Edmund, Queen Jadis’ minion, is horrified. He wants to locate Queen Jardis, the White Witch to tell her about Aslan. Also, he wants more Turkish Delight. He fidgets at the table.
Mrs. Beaver is very happy to see the Pevensie children. Humans are the true rulers of Narnia. They always were and will always be the rulers. The White Witch knows this and that is why she seeks to kill them. The arrival of the children means her curse on Narnia will end soon. Spring will come to the frozen land.
Edmund Pevensie sneaks away. He heads for the White Witch’s castle to betray his siblings' location and for more Turkish Delight. The others soon realize he has left and where he is going. The Beavers and the three remaining Pevensie children pack to leave the dwelling immediately. They do not want to be found in the house when the White Witch’s Secret Police arrive.
Play The Narnia Hangman Game. Can you find all the words? Tell family and friends.
Narnia Hangman Game
Do you want to read more about Narnia? Read more about the magical land.
Chronicles of Narnia Clues
Children's Adventure Books
Dr. Seuss Web Page
Don Freeman's Books
Stan Berenstain's Books
Magic Tree House Books
Chronicles of Narnia Books
A Series of Unfortunate Events Books
Note: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis review copy is from my private collection.