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Horse and His Boy
"Breehy-hinny-brinny-hoohy-hah was the horse who accompanied Shasta on his journey north into Narnia. How much do you know about their adventures as written of in C.S. Lewis' book 'The Horse and His Boy'?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
'This is the story of an adventure that happened in Narnia and Calormen and the lands between . . .' - when?
in the Dark Age
in the Silver Age
in the Sunny Age
in the Golden Age
What was the name of the Calormen Lord who visited Arsheesh?
What phrase would Bree repeat throughout the journey?
Away we go!
Let's get out of here!
Hang on, Boy!
Narnia and the North!
What forced Bree and Hwin together?
they met in a market place
Whom was Aravis supposed to marry?
What was the name of the capital city of Calormen?
Why was Bree not enthusiastic about Hwin's idea of disguising themselves (and having ragged tails)?
he was scared
he wanted it to be his idea
he didn't think it would work
he was vain
Where did the children and the horses agree to meet if their journey through the capital city should result in their being split up?
the Tombs of the Ancient Kings
the Temple of Tash
What was the Highway Code of the capital city?
horses and donkeys had right of way
keep to the left
get out of the way for anyone more important
keep to the right
The Narnian group who saw Shasta in the streets mistook him for someone - who was this?
What was Shasta given to drink while the Narnians discussed the dilemma they were in?
What was the name of the Raven who was a member of the Narnian party in Calormen's capital city?
While Shasta was enjoying his drink, the Narnians were discussing the problem of how they were to leave the country in safety. Which member of the Narnian party outlined the plan to provision their ship and leave without arousing the suspicions of the Calormens?
After eating, Shasta was left alone, and fell asleep almost immediately. What woke him up?
Queen Susan coming to get him up
Prince Corin climbing in through the window
Aravis coming to rescue him
Tumnus the Faun to offer more food
Shasta and the person who woke him spoke together quite amicably, except for one thing. What was the one thing that caused a problem?
that the Narnians should not leave Calormen
that the truth be told
that Shasta should go home
that the horses should go alone
Where did Shasta spend the night after he left the Narnians?
at the tombs
in a stable
on a roof
in an inn
What was the name of the Tarkheena who recognised Aravis?
Why was Aravis' friend so surprised that Aravis did not want to marry the man her father chose for her?
because he was very rich
because he was in a powerful position
because he was young and handsome
because Aravis would become an old maid
What was the name of the Prince who wanted to marry Queen Susan?
When they were travelling through the desert, why was Shasta unable to get off Bree and walk every so often?
he was too thirsty
he was too lazy
he was barefoot
he was too tired
What happened after the horses and children had a drink in the pool?
they kept going of their own accord
they all ate a meal and then went to sleep
lions came and forced them to keep going
they were so tired they went to sleep
What gave the horses and children the encouragement needed to reach the Hermit's House as fast as possible?
they joined up with a hunting party
they saw the Calormen army
a lion chased them
they needed no encouragement
When Shasta was riding in the dark he was accompanied - but by whom?
Apart from Aslan, what was the first Narnian talking creature Shasta met in Narnia?
Who was the most famous of all the Kings of Archenland - the son of King Cor (Shasta) and Queen Aravis of Archenland?
Alex the Brave
Ram the Great
Harin the Magnificient
Kuro the Wise
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Compiled Jun 28 12