Spyglass :, The

Spyglass :, The

A Story Of Faith

Book - 2000
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Baker & Taylor
After the king of the failing kingdom gets an opportunity to see things through the traveler's spyglass, he gets a new perception of his world and starts to make the necessary changes to turn things around and make them better for his subjects.

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The inhabitants of a kingdom that has fallen on hard times discover the value of faith when they learn to consider that which might be and labor to make it so.

Simon and Schuster
There once was a king who ruled over a darkened kingdom. Crops were planted and then failed, houses were built and then neglected, people were impoverished and dispirited. But when a traveler arrives at the crumbling palace, he shows the monarch his kingdom through the lens of an enchanted spyglass -- a spyglass that shows him his kingdom not as it is, but as it could be. The king's imagination is ignited by the spark of faith, and with faith comes hope and change. By sharing his vision and inspiring his subjects to work alongside him, the king restores his land to glory. Faith is at the heart of master storyteller Richard Paul Evans's moving new fable, which is brought to life by the rich, magnificent oil paintings of artist Jonathan Linton. Together, author and artist have created a powerful story that will inspire readers young and old to see their world through the eyes of faith.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2000
ISBN: 9780689834660
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. (blue dot) ; cm
Additional Contributors: Linton, Jonathan


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Dec 11, 2016

Great story of faith and for any age , even the mature reader . Just a powerful story to be enjoyed and pondered upon .

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