Although the first chronologically in the Narnia series, this novel was actually the sixth Narnia book published by C. S. Lewis. In it you will find many answers about the nature of Narnia’s mystical creatures and country. Lewis takes readers all the way back to the beginning, even to before the beginning, of Narnia. With stunning creativity, this story explores themes of creation and evil, science and morality, personal choice and destiny. Not lacking in humor or in deep insights into human natures, this Narnia book will either introduce you to the world of Aslan or explain much about that world that you didn’t even stop to wonder about. No matter the order you read it in, you will find yourself swept into the unique fantasy world that makes Lewis such a well-known and beloved author today.