by C.S. Lewis
The Chronicles of Narnia (book 3)
In a village where the main source of money and food is fishing, we find a young boy named Shasta. Shasta’s life has not been very good so far, he works and works for his father and gets nothing for it. One day a Prince shows up at their door with his horse, requesting a place to stay. Shasta soon finds that the Princes’ horse is actually a Narnian horse who can talk and has convinced Shasta to run away with him back to Narnia. On their journey they come across another Narnian horse and her rider, a princess, who is also running away. While the four of them journey to Narnia, they meet the Kings and Queens of Narnia--Lucy, Peter, Edmund, and Susan. Continue the Chronicles of Narnia series by reading book 3—The Horse and His Boy.