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The chronicles of Narnia. 4 siblings looking for something better in life.

Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The girl who found the world; the boy who doubted his value; the sister who didn't want to believe; and the brother destined to be king.

Once a King or Queen og Narnia...(edited by Narnia_HU)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Once a King or Queen og Narnia.(edited by Narnia_HU)<<<Once royalty, always royalty

Things never happen the same way twice dear one. - Aslan C.S. Lewis Narnia Printable Quote

Things never happen the same way twice dear one. - Aslan C. Lewis Narnia Printable Quote As coisas nunca acontecem da mesma maneira Duas vezes Querida Narnia Printable

All of heaven roars Your name. Let this place erupt with praise. Can you hear it? The sound of heaven touching earth. // Kim Walker

"You have listened to fears, Child," said Aslan." Aslan to Susan, in Ch. 11 : The Lion Roars

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH! I didn't know so much went into their crowns and I love it.                                                                                                                                                     More

Chronicles of Narnia symbolism on 4 crowns cupboard is bigger on the inside. The books were better

No tener miedo, mantenerme firme en lo que creo. Expresar lo que siento y pienso.

One of my favouite book series growing up was The Chronicles of Narnia - love this quote!

"The Lamp-post was a major landmark in the country of Narnia, located in the north-western area populated by Dryads and Fauns, which was named Lantern Waste after it. Resembling a London streetlamp it stood in the middle of the forest and shone day and night. It was at the lamp-post that Lucy Pevensie first met Mr. Tumnus. He tells her that the lamp-post marks the beginning of Narnia."

Which Society From A Novel Would You Live In?

This photo reminds me of the Lamppost spoken of so often in the Chronicles of Narnia--especially "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." all written by C. Lewis and fabulous reading.

Yep!!! Once a king or queen of Narnia, always a king or queen of Narnia :)))

Once a king or queen of Narnia, always a king or queen of Narnia :))) <<<< True dat.