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Topic Pick a book title from the Book List Pre-AdolescentAdolescent Years that you particularly like and recommend that book to an middle school teacher If it is a good choice then why Explain your recommendation in terms of what makes a good bookelements of fiction The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is a fiction book written by CS Lewis for the elementary school children It belongs to high fantasy category of modern fantasy because its story has all the six basic fantasy motifs I recommend this book to a middle school teacher due to its plot setting of the story and themes of the storyIt is a good book because of great sequence of events taking place throughout the story that catches the readers attention for the outcome The story begins when Lucy finds a gateway to Narnia- a magical land through a wardrobe Lucys entry to this world forced a reader to think that something will be adventurous in the story She meets to Mr Tumnus the Faun there She tries to share this secret with her siblings but nobody believes in her story After a few days Edmund and Lucy go to Narnia Edmund meets to Queen of Narnia-the white witch and tells her that he is a human being and has three more siblings The Queen heard a prophecy down at Cair Paravel there are four thrones and its a saying in Narnia time out of mind that when two Sons of Adam and two Daughters of Eve sit in those four thrones then it will be the end not only of the white witchs regin but of her life The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe 89 It creates a major conflict in the story and In order to prevent this she orders her men to kidnap any human who ever enters to her dominions As soon as Lucy and her siblings enter Narnia this immediate danger is waiting
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