Synopses & Reviews
Every day the small wooden people called Wemmicks do the same thing: stick either gold stars or gray dots on one another. The pretty ones--those with smooth wood and fine paint--always get stars. The talented ones do, too. Others, though, who can do little or who have chipped paint, get ugly gray dots. Like Punchinello.
In this heartwarming children's tale from the best-selling pen of author Max Lucado, Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he is--no matter what other Wemmicks may think. It's a vital message for children everywhere: that regardless of how the world evaluates them, God cherishes each of them, just as they are.
This tale originally appeared within one of the chapters in the award-winning children's bestseller Tell Me the Secrets.
Every day Wemmicks do the same thing--either stick gold stars or gray dots on one another. In this delightful children's tale, children will love hearing how Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he is--marks and all.
A fully illustrated tale of how the woodcarver helps Punchinello realize just how special he is -- marks and all.