Narnia Links Page

The feature film release of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe has reignited interest in C.S. Lewis' classic children's stories which take place in the fantasy land of Narnia. Whether you're a fan of the Narnia books or the films (there are more planned, given the impressive box office of the first film), the Internet is a great resource for finding out more information. We've selected what we think are the best resources for Narnia and C.S. Lewis on the Web. We've also configured searches for you, so you can easily keep up with all the latest breaking Narnia news.

Top Narnia Resources

NarniaWeb, a popular and excellent resource for Narnia movie news. The website also provides thousands of fan film reviews., provides ongoing Narnia film news including set reports

The Lion's Call, an active discussion forum for Narnians

The Narnia Blog, a weblog about Narnia by the staff of Infuze magazine.

Into the Wardrobe, an excellent website about C.S. Lewis and the Narnia books. It includes biographical information, discussion, resources and essays discussing the writing, religion and themes in Lewis' books.

Narnia Fans, a Narnia community with news, discussion and fan reviews.

C. S. Lewis & The Inklings Resource Site, a website discussing C.S. Lewis' books by Bruce L. Edwards, an English professor and author of several books about C.S. Lewis.

Publisher and Studio Websites

Harpercollins, US publisher
Harpercollins UK, UK publisher
Buena Vista Games, video game publisher, official U.S. movie website
Walden Media, movie studio


Did Disney Pay For Your Sermon?, an article about how Disney is promoting the first Narnia film from Christianity Today. The article also includes a long list of links to other articles discussing religious themes in the film.

The Heart of Narnia, this Mercury News article discusses the debate about how much of Narnia is faith and how much is simply good storytelling by C.S. Lewis.

How to Tell if The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a Christian Film, this article from Time Magazine discusses Disney's angst over whether to include four key sentences in the film, which Time calls an "evangelical sniff test." The article notes that "Lewis always insisted that his seven Narnia books were not a point-by-point Christian allegory."

Narnia Rap on SNL, Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg performed a hilarious rap song called "Lazy Sunday" on SNL. It has quickly become a classic.

Is That Lion the King of Kings?, this USA Today article looks at whether Disney's Narnia can manage to please both Christian viewers and fantasy lovers at the box office

Lewis & Tolkien, Faith & Friendship, this interesting USA Today article discusses the lifelong friendship between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Narnia Simply Good Tale, this article from the Times Leader says Narnia is not just about religion.

Narnia's Lion Really is Jesus, an article from The Times Online discussing an unpublished letter by C.S. Lewis

More Resources

Aslan's Country, a Narnian dictionary with information about Narnia and its inhabitants

Fantasy Fiction for Christians, a blog discussing Christian themes in Narnia and Harry Potter

NarniaConfidential, a Wiki providing a database of articles and information about Narnia characters, events and themes

Reddit Narnia, a Subreddit for the discussion of Narnia.

Wikipedia: Narnia, information of Narnia including descriptions of characters, creatures and places.

Narnia Series Books in Chronological Order
  1. The Magician's Nephew
  2. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  3. The Horse and His Boy
  4. Prince Caspian
  5. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  6. The Silver Chair
  7. The Last Battle
  1. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

  2. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008)

  3. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010)