The two youngest Pevensies, Lucy and Edmund, are staying with their cousin Eustace Scrubb while Peter is studying for his university entrance exams with Professor Kirke, and the Pevensie parents and Susan are traveling through America. Edmund, Lucy and Eustace are unexpectedly drawn into Narnia through a painting of a ship and land in the ocean near Caspian's ship, the Dawn Treader.
Lucy and Edmund find that Caspian is on a journey to find the seven lost lords who Miraz (Caspian's bad uncle) sent away, and hope that they might reach the end of the world in the east.
Lucy, Edmund, Eustace, Caspian and the crew of the Dawn Treader then embark on a series of amazing adventures, including encounters with dragons, pirates, and invisible people.
This is my favorite Chronicle of Narnia. The tale of the voyage into the unknown, discovering distant islands, and even end-of-the-world encounters is thrilling. This book seems to be the most removed from the "real" world of all the Narnia books, and that, I think, is why it is my favorite.
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- Reading Age: 10+
- Reading Aloud Age: 8+
Slightly darker than the others.
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