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Little Pilgrim's Progress: From John Bunyan's Classic

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If you are looking for a copy of Little Pilgrim's Progress to add to your library, I recommend Sutphin's version. I mean, Pilgrim's Progress has both a novel and a popular magazine named after one of its locations, and one can't pretend to understand the arc of Little Women without knowing the gist of Pilgrim's Progress.

In this fresh, imaginative new edition, bestselling illustrator Joe Sutphin portrays the characters of Bunyan's tale as animals living in a woodland realm. And instead of saying a book like this is all good or all bad, I think it’s far more beneficial to us and our kids to lead them through with discernment and biblical wisdom. Bottom line … I love the illustrations and the core of the message is still excellent, but the change in relationships was too much for me to get used to.Think Beatrix Potter-type English) it would be difficult for children aged 5 and younger to listen to this book, most likely. I strongly believe that brother John Bunyan was inspired by the Holy Spirit when he wrote this allegory.

It's both a simple adventure story and a profound allegory of the Christian journey through life, a delightful read with a message kids ages 6 to 12 can understand and remember. Most pages have some small illustration, and the short length of the chapters is ideal for reading aloud. Non-refundable items that are not claimed within 5 days will be disposed of at the discretion of CEE Ltd. I still found this book incredibly encouraging and I read through tears streaming down my cheeks more than once. Not simply a great story but an amazing way to have deep conversations about Heaven, the gospel, and our pilgrimage here on earth.

Taylor's adapted text is slightly adapted here, substituting "animals" for "people" and other such slight adjustments to match the illustrations. With over 220 pages of captivating illustrations in each volume, Little Pilgrim's Big Journey makes this life-changing story more engaging than ever for kids.

Every page of this book transforms into a vibrant tapestry of colors and visuals, inviting readers of all ages into a world brimming with delight and wonder. On top of the very readable text and the beautiful illustrations, the summary and the questions at the end of each chapter, make this resource (along with the previous two volumes), useful for family devotions, classrooms, as well as individual use. Five stars for Joe Sutphin's illustrations—they are so warm, charming, and sweet and kept me afloat when the prose was a slog. Following the illustrator on IG brought me along with great anticipation of a wonderful children’s version of Pilgrim’s Progress. much is made of the unhelpful sway of the wicked, and characters are repeated told not to associate with anyone who isn’t of the king (perhaps evangelism is limited to just the evangelist?

Support in edification, education and encouragement is enabling parents to bring up their children in a way that is in tune with the word of God, the Bible. Taylor took John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress and simplified the vocabulary and concepts for young readers, while keeping the storyline intact. Reading through this with my daughter was such a delight and created wonderful opportunities to talk about the path, the beauty, and the cost of following Jesus. It preserves the original plotlines of Bunyan's classic while telling the story of Little Christian and Christiana in a way that kids can understand.

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