The captivating story of an innocent boy alone in an uncaring society. This is unquestionably the most autobiographical of all Charles Dickens’s novels, and perhaps greatest growing-up boy story ever written. Includes 24 woodcuts from the original edition of 1849-50. Also included are thought-provoking discussion questions to help the reader get the most out of the story. 1999 Paperback. 809 pages. Published by Focus on the Family / Tyndale.