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Bess Stovall is famous for being famous. “When it comes to Wemmicks, she’s the best,” they say. Who wouldn’t want to join her Wonderful Wemmicks Club? The catch is this: only Wemmicks made of maple can join–the best wood from the best forest.
But Punchinello can’t join since he is made of willow. “Willow is weak wood,” says Bess. “No one wants to be a willow.” And Punchinello is the only willow in Wemmicksville. Everyone looks down on him, even his friend Lucia.
Punchinello learns a valuable lesson when Eli the woodcarver helps him see that he is special because the Maker made him–the Maker even chose his wood. This latest tale from Wemmicksville will surprise you as Punchinello himself shocks the town with how special he really is.
You Are Mine$16.99Add to cart
Boxes and balls. They were the latest thing! Fancy balls. Colorful boxes. All the Wemmicks had them. All, that is, except Punchinello. Not wanting to be left out, he resolved to fit in. He would do whatever it took to have what others had. He never imagined it would cost him so much. Eli, his maker, used the moment to remind Punchinello of this truth: “You are special, not because of what you have, but because you are mine.” Could you or someone you love use the same reminder?
You Are Special (Revised)$8.99Add to cart
Punchinello is a chipped, ugly puppet who thinks he’s not worth much; that is, until Eli the Woodcarver helps him understand how special he is–marks and all. This delightful illustrated tale shows your kids that no matter how the world evaluates them, God loves them just as they are.
This best-selling story of Punchinello in a condensed version for younger children, with the same beautiful message and illustrations.
You Are Special$17.99Add to cart
Punchinello is a chipped, ugly puppet who thinks he’s not worth much; that is, until Eli the Woodcarver helps him understand how special he is—marks and all. Originally published in Tell Me the Secrets, this delightfully illustrated tale shows your kids that no matter how the world evaluates them, God loves them just as they are.