Pilgrim by Eleanor Watkins
  

Synopsis

Pilgrim by Eleanor Watkins

It's early in the 17th century. When we meet Tom he believes he has become an orphan. He has just buried his mother and his father has disappeared (Tom is bitter and hopes that he is dead). Before she died, his mother told him that he should go to Scrooby, her home village. There, some kind people called Separatists would look after him. He sets out for Scrooby and meets up with them. Eventually he joins them on the voyage to the new world.

About the Author

Eleanor Watkins has written many books for Scripture Union, the most recent being The Dangerous Road, the story of a Welsh 19th-century sheep farmer's son making his first journey on the dangerous road to the sheep markets of Gloucester. Eleanor lives in Herefordshire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Eleanor Watkins
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Publisher

Scripture Union Publishing

Publication date

8th May 2009

ISBN

9781844273737


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