Absolutely, right, Cat! Even though they are easy to read, I read them now and then just for the enjoyment of reading something simple. If you've seen the new movie, that just makes it even more enjoyable!
Azzie, the chronological order is what C.S. Lewis originally intended for them to be published as. I've read some books about him and apparently the original publishing company didn't put it in the right order in the first place.
"I am a god. Gods are all-knowing."--Ba'al in Stargate SG-1
I enjoyed the books when I was a child. But I wish I could eat some Turkish Delight!
Ok, at the risk of sounding like an idiot; Are you implying you don't know it or just that you don't currently have any turkish delight? I know its an odd question but well, I was doing some research online and at hitting 'turkish delight' and 'narnia' into google I got lots of turkish delight, recipies and Narnia fans who thought Turkish Delight was a fantasy food, not a real candy(then got a pleasant surprise when they discovered it to be an existing food). Its not one of my favourite types of candy but its easily available in my country, is it less easily available or not commonly known in the US? Of course in the Netherlands turkish delight also came to fame because one famous author wrote a book by that name...