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Traitor in the Tower by Dave Jackson

Traitor in the Tower

by Dave Jackson, Neta Jackson

Other authors: Julian Jackson (Illustrator)

Series: Trailblazer Books (22)

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loved this book!! it's Christian!
  WigginFamily | Apr 24, 2010 |
The protagonist in this story is twelve year old Richard Winslow, a fictitious character. When his father is imprisoned his life undergoes a dramaitc turn of events. It is during this time that he encounters John Bunyan, the author of Pilgrim's Progress, who has been jailed for preaching the gospel. By telling stories about Pilgrim, John Bunyan encourages Richard to have faith in God and not give up hope in his father being released from prison. A good story and a great introduction to the Christian hero, John Bunyan. ( )
  KingstonUCA | Jun 29, 2009 |
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In 1660, after his father is imprisoned in the Tower of London, Richard Winslow goes to stay with his uncle who is in charge of the Bedford jail and there meets and is helped by the Puritan preacher John Bunyan, author of Pilgrim's Progress.

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