Chapter 1, The Picture in the Bedroom
• Lucy and Edmund are staying with their aunt and uncle in Cambridge because their father has gotten a job lecturing for sixteen weeks in America.
• Lucy and Edmund are alone in Lucy's bedroom talking about Narnia and a picture that hangs on the wall of a ship that looks like a Narnian ship when their cousin, Eustace, barges in.
• Eustace begins to tease Lucy and Edmund about their stories of Narnia.
• The children begin to discuss the painting when it suddenly comes to life.
• The three children become quite small and for a second they find themselves standing on the edge of the picture frame, and fall into the painting and into the ocean.
• Moments later a figure, who Lucy recognizes as Caspian, her friend from her last adventure in Narnia, dives from the ship into the water and helps each child...
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