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The Adventures of Narnia

The Adventures of Narnia

Postby kr4 » 27 May 2006, 02:00

We're doing The Adventures of Narnia for Vacation Bible School.
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re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby A#minor » 27 May 2006, 02:35

And your question would be.......?
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re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby Sven » 27 May 2006, 10:15

Sounds like fun, kr4. Let us know how it goes.
Rat! he found breath to whisper, shaking. Are you afraid?
Afraid? murmured the Rat, his eyes shining with unutterable love.
Afraid! Of Him? O, never, never! And yet -- and yet -- O, Mole, I am afraid!
Then the two animals, crouching to the earth, bowed their heads and did worship.
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Re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby Shadowland Dweller » 28 May 2006, 05:29

kr4 @ Sat 27 May, 2006 wrote:We're doing The Adventures of Narnia for Vacation Bible School.


I think I will end up doing Narnia as a theme for my son........ :)
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re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby Jim Whitelaw » 12 Jul 2006, 18:50

Do you really think kids, in general understand what is behind the story, or do they just think it is another similar storyline like Harry Potter?

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Re: re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby Karen » 12 Jul 2006, 19:14

Jim Whitelaw wrote:Do you really think kids, in general understand what is behind the story, or do they just think it is another similar storyline like Harry Potter?


If they already know the Christian story, then they probably pick up on it. If not...well, I certainly didn't.
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re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby carol » 13 Jul 2006, 06:14

Other books are not "similar" to Harry Potter. It is Harry Potter which is derivative from a wide collection of children's and adult books from the last hundred years. :wink:
In some ways, it is "similar" to parts of the Narnia series.
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re: The Adventures of Narnia

Postby loeee » 13 Jul 2006, 18:56

Shouldn't that be Adventures in Narnia? Places don't have adventures.
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