The Family Pilgrim's Progress (Children's Edition)
Once upon a time, there was a man called Christian who lived in the City of Destruction with his wife and four children. He wasn't very rich but he worked quite hard and earned enough money to buy all...
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Once upon a time, there was a man called Christian who lived in the City of Destruction with his wife and four children.
He wasn't very rich but he worked quite hard and earned enough money to buy all the food and clothes that his family needed. He had a smart little wooden house and plenty of friends and neighbours to gossip with and for a long time he was really happy.
Then one day he found the book. This book sent him on a dangerous adventure to save his life. He has to leave his wife and children behind but the journey brings him other friends and companions (and enemies too).
Christian has to be careful throughout. Will he find safety? Will he reach the heavenly city? What will happen as he tackles the slough of despond, Giant Despair and the Hill of Difficulty?
This is a modern day translation of Bunyan's Classic, The Pilgrim's Progress - Extra Features throughout the book explain the biblical meanings of the various character names and the places they visit as well as Bunyan's thinking as he wrote about them.
Jean Watson, PhD, RN, HNC, FAAN, is Distinguished Professor of Nursing, former Dean of the School of Nursing, and sits in the nation's first endowed chair in Caring Science, all at the University of Colorado. She is founder of the Center for Human Caring and the Watson Science Caring Institute in Colorado, a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, past-president of the National League for Nursing, and acclaimed author of leading works in nursing education and Caritas (the philosophy, science and theory of caring). She lectures worldwide with upwards of 50 presentations yearly.