Here is our poster of Aslan, the main character of the Narnia stories. Aslan is a talking lion, king of Narnia, who guides the children's behaviour throughout the stories. CS Lewis, the author, said that Aslan represented Jesus Christ.
Dress up the walls of your library, reading corner, bedroom or playroom with your favourite characters from the wonderful Narnia series by CS Lewis - from Reepicheep to High King Peter!
When we first meet Edmund Pevensie in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, we don't like him very much! He falls under the spell of the White Witch and betrays his siblings and friends – but he learns his lesson well.
When the Pevensie children become kings and queens of Narnia, Peter, the eldest, becomes High King and rules Narnia well for many years.
At the end of the story "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", Edmund and his brother Peter and sisters Susan and Lucy become kings and queens of Narnia. Here is our poster of King Edmund.
This lovely printable poster of the Kings and Queens of Narnia in the Golden Age shows High King Peter, King Edmund, Queen Susan and Queen Lucy - and of course Aslan.
Lucy is the youngest of the Pevensie children, and the first to visit Narnia, when she found her way through the back of the wardrobe.
Here is our poster of Mr Tumnus, beloved friend of Lucy Pevensie and one of the central characters of the story "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe."
Peter Pevensie is the oldest of the Pevensie children, who find their way into Narnia through a mysterious wardrobe in their uncle's house. Here is our poster of the young Peter.
Queen Lucy the Valient ruled Narnia with her brothers and sister during the Golden Age - the fifteen year reign of the Pevensie siblings. She was an accomplished archer and fierce warrior. We think this poster of Queen Lucy captures her character well!
Here is our poster of the eldest Pevensie girl, Susan, when she becomes Queen along with her brothers and sister at the end of the book "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe". She was known as Queen Susan the Gentle, but was a skilled archer and had many suitors when she was queen
Here is our poster of Reepicheep, the leader of the talking mice of Narnia. We first meet him in the book Prince Caspian, where he is one of Prince Caspian's most loyal and brave knights and advisors. He also features in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and The Last Battle.
When Susan Pevensie first appears in the Narnia books, it is with her brothers Peter and Edmund and her sister Lucy in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. She is practical and "motherly", and brave.
We've come up with our own suggetion of what the Pevensie children - Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy - might have looked like, when they first discovered Narnia. Here is a printable poster!