The Magician's Nephew

Written by C.S. Lewis
Illustrated by Pauline Baynes

Reviewed by Dominic L (age 10)

The Magician's Nephew illustration will appear here.

There are 2 children named Digory and Polly.They explore their houses, and explore other houses. The children were in houses and Uncle Andrew made Polly touch a magical ring that sends Polly away. Digory has to save her, but how do they get back? The children are in a unknown world and meet a evil witch called Jadis. This when the journey begins. Jadis and the children go into another world and witness a creation. They meet a lion,and a promise is made. Digory and Polly are sent on a quest to fetch a magical seed, but will Jadis get them first or will they be successful?

I liked the book because the author described the charaters and it's a great way to entertain your imagination. You can also make connections with the other books.

Uncle Andrew changed after he was done with the adventure in Narnia, He never did touch the rings, or experiment again.

This book is in a series of seven books. Throughout the book, you can make connections to the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

My favorite part of the book is when Strawberry gets wings and takes Digory on a quest to find a magical seed, because it's a part where they are in the sky and describe what they see.

I would recommend this book. This book is a great way to entertain your imagination. The book can also make connections to the other books. The story can keep you hooked on the book because one part happens, and you want to know more. I would recommend this book. I'm sure you would like this book as much as I do!

Dominic L is a student in Ms. Green's 5th Grade Class
2005-2006