For September, we are excited to read Prince Caspian, the second book in the Narnia series. After the publication of the first Narnian book, Lewis proceeded to write this book. Afterward, he had a letter sent to Oxford for him from a young girl who lived in the United States. The girl asked about the theme of Prince Caspian, to which Lewis replied: courage and chivalry.
As the plot finds the children returning to Narnia and finding it once again in trouble from forces of darkness (Telmarines), they are given once again to the task of fighting hard for Aslan's world.
Please bring your book along with a section or two of Prince Caspian that was meaningful for you.
For those who need to purchase the book, you can get it @ Half.com for $2 or loan it from the Seattle Library. If you can afford an extra couple dollars, consider supporting local businesses by purchasing the book at your nearby used bookstore (for instance, Twice Sold Tales on Harvard Avenue in Capitol Hill).