Die Chroniken von Narnia 05. Die Reise auf der Morgenröte by C. S. Lewis

By C. S. Lewis

Sehnsüchtig warten Lucy und Edmund darauf, wieder nach Narnia gerufen zu werden. Und das Wunder geschieht! Gemeinsam mit ihrem schrecklichen Cousin Eustachius Knilch befinden sie sich plötzlich an Bord der"Morgenröte", dem Schiff König Kaspians von Narnia. Gemeinsam sollen sie die verschwundenen sieben Lords finden - eine gefährliche Reise, die sie bis ans Ende der Welt führt.

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He let the sound of his stakes do his speaking for him. Of course, not everyone gave John Henry credit for doing all the work himself. 28 Some people said the rocks were afraid of him. They claimed that the rocks shattered in nervousness just at the news John was coming. John Henry only smiled when he heard such things. If he knew better, he kept it to himself. 29 But ordinary rocks were not John Henry’s only problem. Looming in the distance was Big Bend Mountain. It was too big to go around. And it was too steep to go over.

If he knew better, he kept it to himself. 29 But ordinary rocks were not John Henry’s only problem. Looming in the distance was Big Bend Mountain. It was too big to go around. And it was too steep to go over. So all the railroad could do was keep going straight. That meant digging a tunnel right through the middle. Now, Big Bend Mountain wasn’t the tallest mountain anyone had ever seen. And it wasn’t the widest. But everyone agreed right off that it was the most ornery mountain east of the Mississippi River.

So the railroad set up a contest to see who was right. How many three-foot holes could John Henry and the drill make in an hour? The whole camp gathered round to watch. 39 The salesman ran the drill down one track. John Henry began pounding his 14-pound hammers down another. Well, they went at it all morning. The steam-powered drill hissed and whined like a caged animal. John Henry was quieter. He whistled softly in rhythm with his blows. But the sweat washing down his back made little rivers in the dirt.

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