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You Are Mine (Max Lucado's Wemmicks)

By Max Lucado (Author) & Max Lucado's Wemmicks (Author)
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Item description for You Are Mine (Max Lucado's Wemmicks) by Max Lucado & Max Lucado's Wemmicks...

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 board book, Punchinello learns that it's not what you have that counts, but who you are.

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Item Specifications...

Studio: Thomas Nelson
Pages   24
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.13" Width: 6.03" Height: 0.64"
Weight:   0.51 lbs.
Binding  Board Books
Release Date   May 31, 2004
Publisher   Thomas Nelson
ISBN  1400304156  
ISBN13  9781400304158  
UPC  023755045959  

Availability  0 units.

More About Max Lucado & Max Lucado's Wemmicks

Max Lucado Max Lucado is the author of many best sellers, including 3:16: The Numbers of Hope, Facing Your Giants, Traveling Light, He Chose the Nails, Come Thirsty, Cure for the Common Life, and Next Door Savior. With more than 50 million copies of his books in print, Max is one of the most recognized inspirational authors in the country. In addition to his writing, Max is the senior minister of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas. He and his wife, Denalyn, have three daughters: Jenna, Andrea, and Sara.

Max Lucado currently resides in San Antonio, in the state of Texas.

Max Lucado has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Bestseller Collection
  2. Christian Large Print Originals
  3. Coloring Faith
  4. Favoritos
  5. God's Promises
  6. Historias Biblicas Ilustradas
  7. Inspirational Bible Study; Life Lessons with Max Lucado
  8. J-B Leadership Network
  9. Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends
  10. Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends (Hardcover)
  11. Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends (Spanish Video)
  12. Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends: Level 2 Reader
  13. Max Lucado's Little Hermie
  14. Max Lucado's Wemmicks
  15. Max on Life
  16. Nelson Pocket: Inspiracion
  17. New Stories and Products in Max Lucado's
  18. Outlive Your Life
  19. Proclaiming the Gospel
  20. Story
  21. Thorndike Inspirational
  22. Topical Bible Study
  23. Wemmicks
  24. Wemmicks Collection
  25. Word of Promise

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What the story is about...  Sep 17, 2005
I've read through all the reviews and since the storyline hasn't been mentioned, I thought I'd do so. These books are quite the hit in our house with our little one.

In this adventure, two Wemmicks Nip and Tuck start a little competition in who has the neatest box. They then try to top each other by adding balls to their boxes. Pretty soon, the other townspeople decided that they have to have the prettiest boxes and balls as well, and they carry them around so that everyone can see just how many beautiful boxes and balls they have. Punchinello, at the consternation of his friends, buys into this scenario and eventually, winds up selling EVERYTHING that he has, including his house, to buy all the boxes and balls that he can. Finally, the mayor's wife decides that to be the best, you have to stand on the highest hillside and/or mountain to show off your "stuff." So, all the Wemmicks climb up the mountain, including Punch, to try to be the best of all.

However, Punchinello winds up going off the path since he can scarcely carry, let alone see where he's going, with all his boxes and balls. He therefore, stumbles into Eli's workshop where he drops all of his boxes and balls. Realizing just where he was, Punch is too embarassed to look at his maker and just initially lies on the floor, face down amongst all his "things." After Eli calls his name, he sheepishly looks up and a discussion begins after Eli asks Punch if all those things really makes him happy. Punch says they do not, only Eli makes him happy. Eli also asks Punch to look out the window to see all the Wemmicks climbing and falling up the hill, trying to be the best. He asks Punch if he thinks that Eli made Wemmicks to act like that (i.e., scurrying around, literally making fools out of themselves for material goods that mean nothing but "status" to them. They don't use the boxes and balls, they just carry them around. They discard their friends, family just for "things."). Punch says "no," because he knows that Eli made all Wemmicks to be with him and love him just as Punch does.

One of the neatest parts of this book is the very end when Punch turns to go but realizes that since he sold his bed and his house, that he has no place left to go. So, he asks his Maker, Eli, if he can spend the night there. Of course Eli says yes and the last page is little Punch, curled up all snug and warm sound asleep in his Maker's house. Wow... Is there any place safer that feels like home? Nope! That's just so neat. Lucado did an excellent job on painting the feeling behind the "warm fuzzies" in that last paragraph.

Here's another meaning for this story - no matter how far you stray, no matter what you do, the Maker is still there waiting for you to come home.

Highly recommend!
You Don't Have to Be Mine  May 30, 2005
Helen Gurley Brown once said that no good girl ever turned bad because of a book, and I maintain the reverse is probably true as well: no bad child ever turned good because of a book, either. So while Mr. Lucado's aim of teaching children that material possessions don't make us valuable in the eyes of our Creator is an admirable one, buying the child a book that says so is probably not the most effective means of teaching it. Borrow the book from your public library, and have your child donate the $15.99 to a local charity instead.
You are mine  Jan 6, 2005
Max Lucado is an incredible author. His children's books are fabulous. How sad that someone would consider it poison. I pray God would open your eyes.
What's offensive?  Sep 16, 2004
I just loved this book, I went over it again after reading the previous review concerning "offensive material". Nonexistent. Eli doesn't claim to hate the Wemmicks for behaving that way, he is tolerant of their behavior,they are his creation. The same way God loves us, he may notlike how we behave on a given occasion, or our choice of lifestyle, but He loves us. Eli wouldn't turn a Wemmick away, and God never turns us away. When He's not in ourlives it's us who have turned our backs on Him. Read and give this book freely, it sends positive messages on several levels.
Would you buy poison if it came in candy wrapper?  Sep 8, 2003
Don't trust labels. Just because it says "Child Safe" or
"Christian" doesn't mean it is.

This is apparently a "Christian" book, however, I was
disturbed by the text near the end...when his maker points
and says, "Did I create Wemmicks to act like that."

I won't type the offending material here but I would urge
you to read this book CAREFULLY before giving it to your child.



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