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Get ready for Prince Caspian

posted by Nell Minow

Opening day for the second film in the Narnia series is less than a month away, and Beliefnet has created some wonderful resources to help families get ready for it. Take a quiz to find out which Narnia character most resembles you. Enter a contest to win a Narnia prize pack. Learn and discuss the top 12 spiritual lessons from the book. Watch a featurette about the making of the sequel. Test yourself with a Narnia quiz. Read the thoughts of a Jewish and Muslim fan of this Christian parable. Join groups to share your thoughts and artwork with other Narnia fans. And start crossing the days off the calendar until May 16.



  • Cindi

    Hi, This all sounds great to me! I will be crossing the days off.
    Thanks for sharing the information…..Cindi

  • ashii

    Hey Narnia is going to hit the theaters of many countries on the 16th of May, 2008. Can’t wait to see the movie. The trailer is simply amazing.
    Ben Barnes is the newest attraction in the movie.He looks really hot!
    I am a fan of his already!!

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