The Silver Chair
Written by C.S. Lewis
Illustrated by Pauline Baynes
Reviewed by Gavin H. (age 11)
In The Silver Chair, Eustace and Jill come upon a door. In that door they stumble upon the world of Narnia. Aslan, the guardian of Narnia, has a task for them. They must find Prince Rilian and save him from the Green Witch. They must travel through untold danger and underground caverns to complete their perilous journey. In this story you will learn that you must stay on track to finish the task.
My favorite part is when Eustace and Jill must decide to let the supposedly crazy Prince Rilian out of the Silver Chair. The reason I like it is because it is suspenseful. In this book both children learn to listen and to trust each other and others. This book is from the series, "The Chronicles of Narnia." This book is different because they travel to different places than the others. It's also similar because it had the same characters. I like this book because there is a lot of action and it is very exciting.
I recommend this book because it's really a fun book to read. Anybody would probably like this book. This story is interesting because all of the great characters and wonderful adventures.
is a student in
Ms. Key's 6th Grade Class