You Are Special (Max Lucado's Wemmicks)
Every day Wemmicks do the same thing: either stick gold stars or gray dots on one another. The pretty and talented ones always get stars. Others, though, who can do little or who have chipped paint, get ugly dots. Kids will love seeing how Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how... show more
Every day Wemmicks do the same thing: either stick gold stars or gray dots on one another. The pretty and talented ones always get stars. Others, though, who can do little or who have chipped paint, get ugly dots. Kids will love seeing how Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he isdots and all. Parents will appreciate the message this story sends to kids: that regardless of what the world thinks, they are precious in God's sight.
Publish date: June 30th 1997
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
You Are Special is a personal favorite of mine. While I do believe I could better use this book with kindergarten to second, I would not complete throw it out on using with any older grades I may teach. In my classroom, I would probably read this book at the beginning of the year. Then after the boo...
Genre: Drama / Self-Esteem / Toys / Surrealism Year Published: 1997 Year Read: 2015 Publisher: Crossway Now, I will admit that when I saw little wooden puppets on the cover of this book, I was truly intrigued, since I enjoy reading books that deal with puppets in general (whether the pu...
This book was given to my daughter this christmas. I didn't think I would like it because I am not really into the god thing. Our favorite book is "That's not your mommy anymore: a zombie tale" However, it has a wonderful message and is just plain beautiful. It's a little long for my 1 1/2 yr old so...
Cute, short, and very sweet story that teaches that each and every person is special!
This is a great book that helps understand about self esteem and self worth. Children and even adults can learn from this book.