Reviewed by Sadye H (age 10)
My favorite part of the book is when the animals think that Uncle Andrew is a tree. They think that trees need water so they spit on him. It is really funny because later, trees start to grow around him! So Polly and Digory have to pull him out of the cage of trees. That is my favorite part.
I think this book is like another book I've read called Halloweird because there is a lot of adventure and action. I think that because in Halloweird these two boys are trying to stop aliens to invade the world. It makes me think of that too, because the boys go into the alien's world, and Polly and Digory go to Narnia.
There is a series about it, but I've only read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. They are the same because in this book, Digory is a child, and in the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Digory is a professor. There are also a lot of connections. For example, the lamppost is there, Aslan comes to Narnia, etc. I can't name all of it because there is so much, but you'll know what I mean when you read both of the books.
I liked the book a lot because there was a lot of adventure. It was fun reading the book with the class. We enjoyed reading it. Some parts were scary, and some parts were cool. I still liked the book a lot, though.
I would recommend this book for anyone who likes adventure. I think that because this book has lots of adventures with Polly and Digory. I hope if you read this book, you will enjoy it as much as I did!