Dangerous Journey: Story of Pilgrim's Progress
Marvelously and thoroughly illustrated by Alan Parry, this version of the famous allegory written in 1676 by John Bunyan was prepared to coincide with a TV series called Dangerous Journey, which aired in 1985. This book would make a great bed-time storybook as the rich images, coupled with the carefully selected text of the story, make for an experience to subtly teach a lesson while serving as a springboard for a young child's imagination. 126 pgs. ~ Tom
This well-known book by John Bunyan has been translated and read all over the world. Written over three hundred years ago, it is a spectacular allegory of the Christian life. The main character, formerly known as Graceless but now called Christian, leaves the City of Destruction in order to reach the Celestial City. However, the journey is not easy, and before he gets there he will have to traverse the hill Difficulty, the Valley of the Shadow of Death, and even Vanity Fair. He meets both friends and enemies on his journey, such as Hopeful, Mercy, and the Giant Despair of Doubting Castle. A couple different editions are available, both softcover.
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