Pilgrims Progress for Kids: A Retelling of John Bunyans Classic by John Bunyan
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Hi, I was interested to see your post because I had the opportunity to shoot a dramatic film of Pilgrim's Progress. It was the first feature film in which Liam Neeson had a staring role. The film was shot in England and Ireland, and it was many years ago. I read it when I was about ten and it had a hugely positive impact on my faith. I agree with Rachael about Helen Taylor's version. I'm reading it with Jacob at the moment and we're both loving it. How old's Jacob again, Nic?
Back Contact History. One thing I'm planning to do this month is to read through a children's version with my kids. Jean has kindly provided us with her preferred versions in this post Pilgrim's Progress has always been a great favourite with children. What child wouldn't love an adventure story about a valiant pilgrim-warrior who escapes the City of Destruction and travels to a Golden City, along a treacherous path which runs up stony mountains, into dark flame-filled valleys, and through enchanted lands which lull the unwary traveller to sleep, all the while battling fierce monsters, escaping fearsome giants, and resisting the temptations of a dazzling year-long fair?