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Rated 0 out of 5₹250.00A young boy discovers a gateway into a magical world, the world of Narnia, in C. S Lewis The Magician Nephew. Young Digory and Polly are tricked by the former Uncle Andrew into becoming part of a strange experiment. As they escape from her, they find their way into another, more wonderful world: the world of Narnia. There they meet the great Aslan, the Lord of Narnia. However, the children have not come alone to Narnia. They have brought along the evil White Witch, the Queen Jadis.
Rated 0 out of 5₹250.00?It?s a magic wardrobe. There?s a wood inside it, and it?s snowing! Come and see,? begged Lucy.Four children, Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy, are evacuated to the countryside during the war. However, they soon find themselves in real danger when Lucy stumbles upon the magical world of Narnia. Winter and the White Witch are the greatest threats now and only the four children and the great lion, Aslan, can stop the evil enchantment.This is the second adventure in the exiting Chronicles of Narnia.
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₹180.005+1 contains five familiar stories from the Bible but they are retold from the perspective of the kids who are important characters in each of the stories. We often think that the Biblical characters are adults with a lot of life experiences to help them make their decisions. But for some the first stories about them are when they are actually quite young such as Joseph, Isaac, Samuel, David and Jonathan. Jacob was probably 15 When he stole his brother's birthright. Miriam may have been as young as 11 when her brother Moses was hidden among the reeds. The young characters in the other three stories aren't named so the author has written about Suzanna, a maid in Namaan's household; Thomas, a young tent-maker; and Josh who carried a picnic lunch. The last story is not from the Bible but is also about a young teenager who discovers a great truth about God.