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re: Narnian bookshelf

Postby Stanley Anderson » 11 Nov 2005, 21:00

Regression Therapy: An Expose by Susan Pevensie

Passing the Buck: Beaurocracy in Action by Governor Gumpus

Handbook of Knots and Rope - Untangling Their Mystery, essays and recollections from ancestral records collected and edited by Reepicheep

One Day in the Life of Lord Rhoop by King Caspian

Dufflepuds I Have Known by Coriakin

Edible Gems of the Wild: The Bism Journals by Golg

Paw-Suckers Anonymous: A Twelve Step Program by A. Bulgy Bear

Raging Twin by Prince Corin Thunderfist

The Mane of Unknowing: A Mystic's Visions by Lucy Pevensie

The Last Wave by Reepicheep

Be All That You Can Be by Bree

Tashbaan Revisited by Rabadash the Ridiculous

The One Minute Manager: Vacations in No Time by Edmund and Lucy Pevensie

Comparative Religion Studies by Tashlan

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Postby Erekose » 11 Nov 2005, 21:07

"The Disappearing Cabby" by Dr Watson (an unpublished case investigated by Sherlock Holmes).
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Postby A#minor » 13 Nov 2005, 05:00

Music of Creation By Polly Plummer (A Collection of Creation Songs and Tunes as Recollected and Remembered)

Protecting Your Clothing During Battle By Rabadash the Ridiculous (including a new chapter on Leaping)
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Postby john » 13 Nov 2005, 06:05

The ABC's of Sword Maintenance by Aslan

From Monkey to Man, an autobiography by Lord Shift
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Postby Larry W. » 14 Nov 2005, 02:42

The Narnian Bible by Aslan

The Life of a Retired Star by Ramandu

How to Avoid Enchanted Furniture by Prince Rilian

A Guidebook to Understanding Dragons by Eustace Scrubb


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Re: re: Narnian bookshelf

Postby David Jack » 14 Nov 2005, 03:11

[quote="Larry W."]The Narnian Bible by Aslan

In which 'The book of Job' would of course become 'The book of Rhoop'. It is probable that instead of boils and sores, he would be afflicted with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which is why he was always too tired to build a boat and escape from the dark island.
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Postby David Jack » 14 Nov 2005, 03:39

'The (talking) Penguin book of Narnian Verse'
'The (talking) Ox(ford) Guide to Narnian Literature'
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Postby Alan » 14 Nov 2005, 13:00

Disposing of Animal Skins the Responsible Way: The Northern Wastes Hunting Permits Agency.
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Postby Genie » 14 Nov 2005, 13:27

The daughter of Adam and Eve: an autobiography by Lucy Pevensie
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Postby The Bigsleep J » 14 Nov 2005, 13:35

Romping, Fine Wine and Dining Spots in Narnia: A Guide by Bacchus
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Postby Pine_Tree » 14 Nov 2005, 18:19

Like, Whatever !?!?! by Lasraleen Tarkheena
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Re: re: Narnian bookshelf

Postby Stanley Anderson » 14 Nov 2005, 18:26

Larry W. wrote:How to Avoid Enchanted Furniture by Prince Rilian


Didn't he write a follow-up How-to book on refinishing too?

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Postby Genie » 14 Nov 2005, 18:30

Mrs. Beaver's Best of Living by Mrs. Beaver (collection of articles from 'Mrs. Beaver's Living' magizine)
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Re: re: Narnian bookshelf

Postby Larry W. » 15 Nov 2005, 01:38

Stanley Anderson wrote:
Larry W. wrote:How to Avoid Enchanted Furniture by Prince Rilian


Didn't he write a follow-up How-to book on refinishing too?

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If he wrote a book on refinishing furniture I think he would advise against doing any of it in silver! :)

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Postby Steve » 15 Nov 2005, 19:54

Dark Energy: The Chronicles of Judea Exposed by Philip PushPerson.
Expose of the racism and misogyny of the famous Chronicles of Judea, how the villains are shown coming from cultures that are thinly disguised variations of Calormen.
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