The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis have been translated into more than 40 languages around the world and Ophir acquired the Arabic rights to translate, publish and distribute all seven books. Since their creation over 50 years ago, “The Chronicles of Narnia” have been read by over 90 million readers world-wide and have become some of the best loved books of all time. C.S. Lewis’ “Chronicles of Narnia” open a world that readers both young and old long for, in which a magnificent universe is sung into existence by the gentle yet dangerous lion Aslan. But all too soon, evil enters the world and with it struggle and death. However, this is not a tale of despair but of adventure and hope. The tragic yet triumphant ending makes you long for such a place. When comparing Narnia with the world in which we live, you may find they are not that far apart. “The Chronicles of Narnia” are an excellent tool to attract Arab children to read more such books. With these 7 books, Jongbloed Jordan hopes to make the Arab community more informed and more enthusiastic to read literature.