Category Archives for Chronicles of Narnia

Prince Caspian Chapters 12-15

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This post is a continuation of Reading with Little Bit: The Chronicles of Narnia by Alexis Record.   “Hey Mom, Aslan should have had the fighters come party instead of fighting.” “Parts of the party seem scary though.” “Yeah, Aslan is having fun hurting people… again.” We left off with the wild party around Aslan. […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapters 10-11

This post is a continuation of Reading with Little Bit: The Chronicles of Narnia by Alexis Record.   “Aslan is a horrible jerk.” “Agreed.” “What’s a worse word than jerk, Mom?” “I’ll tell you when you’re older.” Lucy’s experience with Aslan is every Christian’s dream. She’s described as having a changed face with eyes that […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapters 7-9

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This post written by Alexis Record is a continuation of the series – Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia. “Mommy? Why did you laugh when they said they were going to wind Susan’s horn?” “Ummmmmmm…” Caspian’s army is discovered by Miraz’s army and they are engaged in battle. Caspian […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapter 6

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia By Alexis Record Prince Caspian Chapter 6 “Why do all the animals have to fight in a war for some human?” “I’m sure some didn’t.” “But when they don’t they’re called the bad ones.” Male Humans First “Narnia was never right except when […]

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Chronicles of Narnia – Prince Caspian – 1-5

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia Written by Alexis Record Prince Caspian Chapters 1-5 “Wait, are they going to Hogwarts?!” “Not all boarding schools in England are Hogwarts, honey.” Our story opens on a scene of four children–Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy–waiting to board trains for their different (divided […]

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The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, Chapters 14-17

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe Chapters 14-17 “That’s so cool that Aslan was willing to get really hurt for Edmund, but he didn’t die for Edmund. It doesn’t count if he came back to life the next day totally fine like […]

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Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe – Chapters 9-13

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia   By Alexis Record “Is Father Christmas a bad guy?” Disgusted by the blatant racism and prejudice of the previous chapter, Edmund sneaks off. Actually he was just going to betray them all, but I’m kind of with him at this point. Mr. […]

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia

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The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe Chapter 8 “Nope.” “Agreed.” The Beavers finally start answering the children’s questions. One of their first questions is about Aslan himself. The theology of Aslan has many parallels with the myths about Jesus by design: he was the King of Beasts, the King of this whole wood who […]

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Chronicles of Narnia – LWW – Chapters 6-7

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe Chapters 6-7 “Does Mrs. Beaver have a first name? Is she the only girl animal in all of Narnia?” “No, and, um, no?” We left off with all four children stumbling into Narnia to prove it’s […]

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia, Part Three

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The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe Chapter 5 “The professor totally knows about Narnia or he wouldn’t be saying this weird stuff, Mom.” “Yep. Just wait until The Magician’s Nephew.” “I thought so.” We last left off with Susan and Peter, the two oldest children, finally bringing their youngest siblings’ problems to the guy […]

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