Max Lucado Children's Omnibus (Paperback)Max Lucado
Teach children that they are precious in God’s sight.
This omnibus contains three books about the popular character Punchinello. It communicates the message to all children that they are precious in God’s sight, no matter what the rest of the world thinks. The Max Lucado Children’s Omnibus will remain one of children’s favourite books even as they grow older.
You Are Special
Every day Wemmicks do the same thing: either stick gold stars or grey 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. Parents will appreciate the message this story conveys to children: regardless of what the world thinks, they are precious in God’s sight.
You Are Mine
The need to be important is creating havoc in Wemmicksville. And once again Punchinello is in the middle. Follow his foibles as he learns a lesson that kids of every age must never forget: God’s children are loved because they belong to the Father, not because of what they possess.
Best of All
When the famous Bess Stovall arrives in Wemmicksville, everyone wants to be in her club. But Punchinello can’t because he is made of the wrong wood. Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello see that he is special because Eli made him. We don’t have to be famous to be special. God made us just the way we are – on purpose.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Max Lucado Omnibus.
About the Author
Max Lucado’s books for adults and children have sold millions of copies and won numerous awards, making him one of the best-selling Christian authors of all time and the most influential inspirational author today. He is a devoted husband and faithful father of three daughters and he ministers at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas.
CategoryKids 3-6 years
Size148 x 210 mm
Number of Pages236 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
THE WEMMICKS were small
wooden people. All of the wooden
people were carved by a woodworker
named Eli. His workshop sat on a hill
overlooking their village.
Each Wemmick was different.
Some had big noses, others had large eyes.
Some were tall and others were short.
Some wore hats, others wore coats.
But all were made by the same carver and
all lived in the village.
And all day, every day,
the Wemmicks did the same thing:
They gave each other stickers.
Each Wemmick had a box of golden star stickers
and a box of gray dot stickers.
Up and down the streets all over the city,
people spent their days sticking stars
or dots on one another.