Monday, March 11, 2013

Little Pilgrim's Progress from John Bunyan's Classic - Giveaway

Set of Books:

1. Little Pilgrim's Progress from John Bunyan's Classic by Helen L. Taylor (60th Anniversary Edition)

2. Little Pilgrims' Progress Adventure Guide by Deanna Conrad

The books are written for ages - 8 to 12.  They may certainly be read and understood by older children and adults as well. The vocabulary and style of writing is very clear, interesting and easy to understand.  John Bunyan's classic story, written in the 1600's, is difficult for modern readers.  Helen did a fantastic job, gently taking his masterpiece and bringing it to a younger audience of today.

Little Pilgrim's Progress was originally written 60 years ago. This book is an anniversary edition and contains a few pencil illustrations, which are lovely and help guide the story along.

The main character of "Little Christian" is a young boy who is tired from his burdens and is trying to get to the "Celestial City."  We read about the people he encounters along the way, the trials he faces, his confusion at times, and the help he receives from God's workers - like Evangelist. It is a beautiful story explaining our own journey to Heaven, in a marvelous way. 

This story will stay with children for many years.  As they grow into adulthood, remembrances of Christian's adventures will come back to them and help them in their own walk with the Lord.

As for the Adventure Guide, it is a valuable addition to this book.  Inside you will find a brief biography of John Bunyan.  For many this will be the very first introduction, to young readers, of who he was.   There are comprehension and discussion questions, vocabulary words, and little fun sections for readers to fill in, such as the "Character Chart," which has a two column chart to separate those in the story who had a positive influence on Christian and those who had a negative influence on him.  There is also an answer key in the back of the book. It is paperback and contains 79 pages.

The adventure guide is an incredible tool, particularly for homeschooling students. Both books are published by Moody.

The Giveaway

Would you like an opportunity to win your own set of these books?  This includes one copy of "Little Pilgrim's Progress," and one copy of the companion adventure guide. 

This contest is closed. The winner is:

Carolynn Stewart

*Disclosure - I received a set of these books for review purposes.*

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noah p earley said...

Thanks for this awesome opportunity! These books would be given to my daughters. Have a blessed day!

anita crane said...

My children are grown but I am keeping things for grandchildren.

Anonymous said...

After reading this book/study for myself, I would like to pass it on to my grandchildren who are being homeschooled.
Thank you for this opportunity~
Mrs. H

Anonymous said...

our children


Anonymous said...

i subscribe


Noelle the dreamer said...

There are amazing books out there, aren't they?
Thank you for bringing these to our attention, most thoughtful!
I would love to add my name in the hat for these!
God bless,

Anonymous said...

Hi from Mrs. H ~ In my comment above, I forgot to include my contact info! I have also subscribed via your link to "Old Time HM Reviews Blog" - LBH7890(at)gmail(dot)com

Tanya said...

Hello! Thank you for the opportunity... I am so glad I came by to "see" what is new over here : )

I am not using social media at the time, but I did subscribe.

We would use the books in our homeschool.

God bless you and your humble heart.

iadoremygirls(@)gmail dot com

Carolynn Stewart said...

Hello and Good Morning!
I would be putting them in my grandchildren's library. My oldest daughter just gave birth to her 7th. For all of my grands, I like my house to be the next home after their own where love lives. I have a nursery and play room for them and mattresses stored in nooks and crannies for their sleep overs. We have great fun! They are all home schooled and love to learn and read. I love your blog!
No matter who you chose to bless with these books I thank you for the opportunity and I enjoy reading all your sweet words. They are an encouragement!
God Bless,

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