Reviewed by Madison J (age 11)
Someone that changed in this book was Digory. In the beginning of the book he was very stubborn and liked to get his hands on everything. Towards the end when he was grabbing the silver apples, he was so anxious to get one for himself but he didn't! But if that was the old Digory I think he would.
My favorite part in this book is when all the animals were trying to plant Uncle Andrew like a seed because they thought he was going to grow into a tree. One unique part in this book was the talking animals. I think this was a unique thing because it was a magic touch to this perfect book!
I liked this book because it was very realistic. It was a neat book to read because it was not like any other book I have ever read. I also liked this book because it felt like you were in another world.
I recommend this book because if you have read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe it catches you up and you start to realize why he said that, or how Narnia came to be.
An audience that would like this book is someone who likes action and adventure. Someone who would like a cliffhanger after each chapter and someone who would like to laugh.