eBook If Only I Had a Green Nose: A Story About Self-acceptance (Max Lucado's Wemmicks) download
by Max Lucado
Author: Max Lucado
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc (April 1, 2004)
ePub: 1627 kb
Fb2: 1250 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
All of Max Lucado's Wemmick books are entertaining, imaginative, well written, and beautifully illustrated. They have a fantastic message about self-esteem and making decisions to do what's right and not be swayed by what other people think is right.
All of Max Lucado's Wemmick books are entertaining, imaginative, well written, and beautifully illustrated.
These stories Max Lucado writes really speak to children in I used this .
This goes on and on until he realizes he no longer wants a painted nose. I remember reading many of Max Lucado's books when I was younger, so reading this one brought back some great memories! In his books, Max always has a lesson that is learned by the end.
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Items related to If Only I Had a Green Nose: A Story About Self-acceptance. Max Lucado If Only I Had a Green Nose: A Story About Self-acceptance. ISBN 13: 9781400303489. Our faithful Wemmick, Punchinello, along with his close Wemmick friends, Lucinda and Twiggy discover an important lesson: that changing their appearance to fit in is like chasing the wind. Based on the best-selling and award-winning book by acclaimed author Max Lucado, featuring the music of composer John Painter, If I Only Had a Green Nose is a classic tale of self-acceptance that every child will love.
An enchanting story with a lesson for all ages! By Thriftbooks. com User, May 11, 2007. If Only I Had a Green Nose is another sequel in the series of Wemmicks. In this story Punchinello struggles with fads and peer pressure. Willy Withit is the Wemmick who knows what's cool, be it tall shoes, square hats or green noses. Punch and his friends fall victim.
Lucado, Max. Publication date. Self-acceptance - Juvenile fiction, Fads - Juvenile fiction, Conduct of life - Juvenile fiction, Self-acceptance - Fiction, Fads - Fiction, Conduct of life - Fiction, Conduct of life, Fads, Self-acceptance. Punchinello learns that it can be difficult, foolish, and even dangerous to try to keep up with the latest fads and that Eli, his maker, gave each Wemmick different characteristics on purpose.
Loooove Max Lucado! You can find this book in our school library . First in Max Lucado's Wemmicks series. Max Lucado's Wemmicks: If I Only Had a Green Nose, Picture Book. Just like Punchinello, we all want to fit in. To be accepted by the crowd. You Are Special by Max Lucado. Punchinello’s story is written by Max Lucado in his b. Elementary teacher looking for reading resources for back to school? These classroom management ides house the perfect read aloud activities to help with classroom management!
Max Lucado's Wemmicks: You Are Special, Picture Book.
Max Lucado's Wemmicks: You Are Special, Picture Book. Crossway, 1997, Hardcover. 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. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.
Max was interested in helping children understand their value-not from the world's perspective, but from God's. Wemmicksville is a land created by Eli, the "God" figure of the story. He creates each Wemmick in Wemmicksville uniquely, each with its own look and personality. Each story and video is a new adventure with the citizens of Wemmicksville. Punchinello is the central character, along with his friends Lucia, Splint, and Chip. When Punchinello strays from Eli, he begins to have problems. Only when Punchinello stays close to Eli does he clearly see how to walk through his life in Wemmicksville.
In this delightful book, Punchinello learns how important it is to be who we were created to be, no matter how much we want to fit in. Readers learn that we are each made unique for a reason and that the Creator will always help us be who we were created to be.