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The Horse and His Boy

7 Ratings: 3.0
The third book in C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia

   Grade 4-7-British narrator Alex Jennings does a smashing job with C. S. Lewis' delightful classic (HarperCollins Children's, 1994), the third story in the Narnia series. The tale begins with a poor slave boy named Shasta escaping … see full wiki

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Author: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: HarperCollins
3 reviews about The Horse and His Boy
review by . October 08, 2010
THE HORSE AND HIS BOY is the 5th book in "The Chronicles of Narnia." Out of the whole series, this book comes off as being the weakest because there is very little connecting it to the other books. THE HORSE AND HIS BOY tells the story of Shasta and a horse called Bree. Shasta is a poor boy raised by a cruel fisherman. He longs to explore the world around him, but is forbidden. One day a great lord of Calormene chances upon Shasta's abode. Shasta overhears his adoptive father and the lord barter …
Quick Tip by . October 08, 2010
This is really the fifth of the Chronicles of Narnia.
review by . February 09, 2006
THE HORSE AND HIS BOY is the 5th book in "The Chronicles of Narnia." Out of the whole series, this book comes off as being the weakest because there is very little connecting it to the other books.    THE HORSE AND HIS BOY tells the story of Shasta and a horse called Bree. Shasta is a poor boy raised by a cruel fisherman. He longs to explore the world around him, but is forbidden. One day a great lord of Calormene chances upon Shasta's abode. Shasta overhears his adoptive father …
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