Series: The Chronicles of Narnia: Focus on the Family

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The Magician's Nephew (Radio Theatre) by C. S. Lewis1 (or 6)
The Magician's Nephew (Narnia) [2 CDs] by C. S. LewisBook 1
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Radio Theatre) by C. S. LewisVol. 2
The Boy And His Horse - The Chronicles of Narnia - 3CD's by C. S. LewisBook 3
The Horse and His Boy (Radio Theatre) by C. S. Lewis3 (or 5)
Prince Caspian (Narnia) [3 CDs] by C. S. LewisBook 4
Prince Caspian (Radio Theatre) by C. S. Lewis4 (or 2)
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Narnia) [3 CDs] by C. S. LewisBook 5
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Radio Theatre) by C. S. Lewis5 (or 3)
The Silver Chair (Narnia) [3 CDs] by C. S. LewisBook 6
The Silver Chair (Radio Theatre) by C. S. Lewis6 (or 4)
The Last Battle (Narnia) [3 CDs] by C. S. LewisBook 7
The Last Battle (Radio Theatre) by Focus on the Family7
The Chronicles of Narnia: Never Has the Magic Been So Real (Radio Theatre) [Full Cast Drama] by C. S. Lewis1-7

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Series description

C. S. Lewis' Narnia stories, dramatised by Focus on the Family. This list presents them in the order of the stories' internal chronology, with the original publication order of the books in parentheses.

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