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The Golden Thread

3.87  ·  Rating Details  ·  31 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
rewritten by Mark Hamby
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published August 2001 by Lamplighter Publishing (first published 1867)
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Hannah
The title story is good, four stars, but the most memorable by far has been one of the other stories in this collection, Johanna Spyri's sweet "Rose-Resli." Each family should own a copy of this vintage story collection.
Karen
Jun 08, 2016 Karen rated it it was amazing
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Very good book about staying on the path towards God and what happens when we stray. Definitely a book to read to the kids now....krb 6/8/16
Dayna Smith
A young prince must prove himself on a hunt through a dark and dangerous wood. His father admonishes him to never let go of the golden thread and he will always find his way home. Will he listen to his father? What happens when he doesn't? A charming Christian allegory written in 1861 based loosely on the story of the Prodigal Son. Another of the Lamplighter Rare Collector Series.
Laura Verret
Aug 17, 2009 Laura Verret rated it really liked it
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This is a very sweet story about a young prince who is journeying in a 'dark forest' learning how to be a good prince, and more importantly a good Christian. As he follows and sometimes forgets his father, the King's, good advice, he grows mentally and spiritually, and also makes his first convert, a savage boy named Wolf. It is a good allegory.
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