Video from Into the Wardrobe
"Understanding the endless landmarks, countries, locations, and places of Aslan's world can be confusing. Today we explore the major points of interest in Narnia and explain their relationship with your favorite stories. Spanning your favorite C.S. Lewis books such as Prince Caspian, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and many more , points of interest include Archenland, the Wild Lands of the North, Calormen, Ettinsmoor, and much more--all crucial to understanding Narnia lore." from video introduction.
"You could see it in their eyes, as they sat there on the bed, silent and still. They were utterly focused, not sure what would happen next, on pins and needles for every detail.
The brilliance of C.S. Lewis, more than fifty years after his death, was still at work. I watched it on display this week in the enthralled faces of twin four-year-old boys, ready to gobble up any piece of information the narrator might disclose about this Aslan.
Longing for the Lion
Four-year-olds can track with more than you might think. At least more than I thought. After watching our sons’ response to another, albeit much simpler, chapter book, we ventured to give Narnia a try. Perhaps it would prove to be too much too soon at their age, I supposed, but I had underestimated Lewis’s brilliance, both captivating and accessible.
So we picked up a copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe — don’t believe it when they say it’s “book two” of the Chronicles; Lewis wrote this one first, and Joe Rigney makes a good case for beginning here (Narnian, 163–165).." from the article: The Secret of Aslan