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HarperOne's site for all books—big and small, parent and child—by C.S. Lewis.
Biography? Discussion of Narnia? Discussion of Lewis's more scholarly works? BBC's your one-stop shop.
A community fan site dedicated to all things Narnia. As in, all things Narnia.
Check out this wonderful and homey little fan site.
Movie or TV Productions
The BBC presents the old-school version of Prince Caspian, complete with '80s telly special effects.
And Walt Disney and Walden Media give us a new coat of shiny, special effects for this classic tale.
Articles and Interviews
Google Books does you a solid and lets you read most of C.S. Lewis's biography for free.
Fantasy Book Reviews calls Prince Caspian the best Narnia book. Only one way to find out why.
Salon discusses the productive and prospering friendship of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Hmmm, Tolkien…Tolkien…Tolkien, why does that name sound so familiar?
Lewis and Tolkien's different takes on the art of mythological mashups.
Neil Gaiman discusses his love of Lewis's Narnia books and Tolkien's Middle-earth.
Check out this trailer for the 2008 movie with its epic epicness.
The BBC's take on Prince Caspian from 1989. Yes, we had TVs in 1989, and they were in color.
Reepicheep's entrance in the new film. Because he's Reepicheep. And Reepicheep's awesome.
Here, you can pick up the unabridged audio book of Prince Caspian. That's the fancy way to say all the words are there.
Phish's "Prince Caspian" is an interesting song choice to share the name with Lewis's novel.
Here we get Regina Spektor's "The Call" from the Prince Caspian soundtrack.
C.S. Lewis's recording for a BBC radio broadcast. This is the only surviving recording of this lecture series, so it's kind of like having a relic in your Internet browser.
Internet Archives hosts a few copies of Lewis's audio books free of charge. Warning: some pretty heavy material present. Best left to the taller folk.
Yeah, Number One!
A collector's edition cover with colored pictures. Or, you know, you can color your own.
A cover of the book with the original numbering.
The man with the big ideas holding a big old book. Wondering if there's some connection there….
Because he's on the cover of Time Magazine. Get it? We crack ourselves up.
The 2005 movie poster featuring the whole cast except… Reepicheep? Do you see him anywhere?
Prince Caspian from the films as played by Ben Barnes. Dreamy.