This Workbook contains over 95 pages of reading comprehension worksheets with comprehension questions and vocabulary words for The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis! (Sample Pages.) After purchase you’ll instantly receive a printable pdf download.
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About The Horse and His Boy
“…A beautifully written tale to read aloud as well, in which C.S. Lewis’ talents seem to flower more than ever.”
– Kirkus Reviews
“The Horse and His Boy,” authored by C.S. Lewis and released in 1954, forms part of “The Chronicles of Narnia” series, a fantastical saga chronicling the journeys of youngsters transported to the enchanted realm of Narnia.
In this narrative, we follow Shasta, a young boy nurtured by a fisherman in Calormen, and Bree, a talking horse with a princely past in Narnia. Fleeing their oppressive homes, Shasta and Bree embark on an odyssey across Narnia, encountering magical beings and confronting perils such as battles, sorcery, and deceit.
Their ultimate destination is Archenland, and on this quest, they find assistance in Aslan, a sagacious lion, and a Narnian ensemble including Aravis, a princess, and Hwin, a mare. Throughout their expedition, they glean lessons about camaraderie, fidelity, and the transformative might of bravery and self-discovery.
“The Horse and His Boy” stands as a gripping and imaginative narrative of camaraderie, adventure, and the enchantment of Narnia. A cherished classic in children’s literature, it continues to enthrall readers of all ages.
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