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Overview

Lucado offers up a familiar tale with a modern day twist that will teach and entertain your child about the importance of being who God created them to be. Another vividly illustrated tale from the Wemmicksville series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781581345018
Publisher: Crossway
Publication date: 03/06/2003
Series: Wemmicks Series , #4
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 370,522
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.41(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Max Lucado (MA, Abilene Christian University) serves as the minister of preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, and is a best-selling author and speaker. His award-winning books have been translated into more than fifty-four languages and he has been named one of the most influential leaders in social media by The New York Times. Max lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife, Denalyn, and has three daughters and one granddaughter.

Sergio Martinezwas born in Mexico City, studied art in Paris, and has worked as an art director and illustrator on three continents. He has done freelance illustrative work for Disney Press and other major publishers, and has illustrated internationally renowned gift editions of several literary classics including Peter Pan, Pinocchio, and A Christmas Carol. His classic style graces the pages of many children's books including Crossway's best-selling children's book, You Are Special, also written by Max Lucado.

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MerryMary on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A sweet allegory about differences and acceptance. The characters are wooden puppets called Wemmicks. Prejudices arise and the Wemmicks, made of different woods, begin to believe that certain woods are superior to others. Poor Punchinello is made of willow - deemed to be the weakest, most inferior wood of all. But Punch has a talk with the puppet-maker (analogous to God) and decides he is not inferior after all. In the end his willow characteristics manage to save the day. Sweet and subtle. Not Christian sledge-hammers here. I like it very much and recommend it.