This article is missing information about Error: you must specify what information is missing. Luckily, they get to chatting with the professor, who also visited Narnia once upon a time. Peter, surprised, asks Kirke whether he believes her story--and the professor says that he has no reason not to, and neither should Peter and Susan. And then, in an effort to find more room to crowd in, the children walk back--and-back--and back--until the four of them are in the winter-bound woodland. Yet there's a hint of better times ahead. Yep, that'll ease the boredom a bit. Sure enough, when they arrive at the Ford of Beruna, the river is already thawing.
Edmund and Lucy went back to their world. The Silver Chair 50 years pass before Eustace and school friend Jill are carried away into Narnia. The Professor shocks Peter and Susan by arguing that Lucy is telling the truth. She tells him that she is Queen of Narnia, and childless, but would like to adopt Edmund and make him her heir. White Witch took advantage of him and persuaded him to bring his relatives to Narnia so that she could meet them. With that done, Aslan walks out along the beach and away from Narnia, obviously leaving the children in charge. The children are named Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter.
The older brother dashes after the younger one, and the two boys are nearly killed as the younger one recovers the portrait. For those unfamiliar with the concept, a boarding school is what you'd get if a regular school and a jail had a baby read: you live there, all day, all school year. Uncle Andrew is an arrogant visionary who believes that the rules of morality do not apply to him. Once spring arrives, the Witch cannot use her sledge anymore, so she cannot reach the Stone Table before the children. And he is her prisoner. On the way, they are joined by a doleful companion, Puddleglum, and after many terrifying and life-threatening encounters, finally discover and free the Prince from the evil clutches of Green Queen. Taking Edmund as a hostage, she attempts to intercept the Beavers and the children by traveling quickly on her sleigh.
Aslan is put to death instead of Edmund, while the children look on. She takes note of the fact that a lamppost is nearby. They are suddenly transported to Narnia where they eventually find the ruins of Cair Paravel, their home for many years when they ruled Narnia. Edmund then asks whether he could have more Turkish Delight--and Jadis summons Ginarrbrik, who leads Edmund away at knife point--to a prison cell. He who is innocent of wrong-doing will give his life for Edmund, who has betrayed everything for greed. Lucy, Susan, and Peter came to the place where Aslan is supposed to be hiding with the help of Mister Beaver.
Peter thanks them for their hospitality and prepares to lead the four of them out--but then finds that Edmund has gone missing. To Susan he gives a bow, an ivory quiver filled with bright red-feathered arrows, and an ivory horn that will summon aid from anywhere. The Telmarines fight the Narnians, but with Peter and Edmund in command, the Narnians beat them back to the river. Simultaneously, the Witch drags Edmund toward the Stone Table and treats him very poorly. Lucy discovers that a certain wardrobe is a gateway to a magical land called Narnia. Aslan arrives with the former statues as extra troops and Aslan manages to kill the Witch. The four children then have a serious conference.
Before Edmund returns, he meets Lucy in Narnia. No time has passed, and they return to Professor Kirke's house as children. They are amazed to find that when they return from their Narnia journeys no time has elapsed in the real world. The children are all pleasantly enchanted by the name Aslan, except for Edmund, who is horrified by the sound of it. Aslan tells Lucy and Susan to climb on his back as he hurries to the Witch's castle.
The only thing the children can do is join Mr. Tumnus tells Lucy that she has entered Narnia, a different world. The ground is so new and growing that when Jadis throws and iron bar she had broken from a lampost in our world, it grows into a lampost. Suddenly Susan and Lucy hear Aslan's voice from behind him. But then, the Stone Table cracks and Aslan rises from the dead. As they dispair, he suddenly appears to them alive again and leads them to the aid of Peter's army defeating the Witch forever. Tumnus the faun who confesses to her that he is an agent of the White Witch and he is supposed to capture any humans he meets.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Three years into Caspian's reign, the boy king decides to search for the seven lost lords who were sent to explore the Eastern Seas but never returned. One day, all four children enter Narnia and learn that the land is home to talking birds and animals. More about that in a bit. Then the two leaders clash, with Peter, armed with sword and shield, against Jadis, who has cast aside her now-useless sceptre and engages him with two swords--her own and the one that Edmund had been carrying. Aslan carries the girls to the Witch's castle, where they free all the prisoners who have been turned to stone. Almost by a miracle, they survive and manage to get safely across--where they notice that they can shed their coats, for now the snow is melting fast, and the nearby trees are putting out their first buds and leaves of spring.
She meets a faun, Mr. At the house, the beavers hurriedly pack some supplies, and then the three children and two beavers escape into a tunnel just as Maugrim and his pack invade the house. Fortunately, Aslan swiftly kills the Witch and Peter's army then defeats the Witch's followers. He eats his dinner and slips away in search of the White Witch. You can help us out by revising, improving and updating this section.