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Chronicles of Narnia 05: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
RRP*: $16.99
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780007323104
Pages
224
Dimensions
130 x 197 x 0mm
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Description

Book five in the Chronicles of Narnia sees the intrepid Edmund and Lucy returning to Narnia--with their beastly cousin Eustace in tow--on the ship The Dawn Treader where their old friend Prince Caspian is searching for lost friends of his father's. As the children take to the Eastern Seas in their hunt for the friends they find themselves embroiled in a dangerous adventure that leads them once again into the arms of Aslan the lion.

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