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You Are Special
You Are Special
Author: Max Lucado, Sergio Martinez (Illustrator)
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 Wemmi...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780891079316
ISBN-10: 0891079319
Publication Date: 6/30/1997
Pages: 31
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

4.5 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Crossway Books
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
Members Wishing: 1
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A great children's book that is entertaining, yet provides a good moral that each child is unique and needs only to find the worth within themselves instead of seeking the approval of others.
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Possibly one of the most wonderful children's books ever written, a book that can teach adults as they are reading to their children. When I was going through a personal crisis, my sister sent this to me with sticky notes all over it, proving what a great book it is for adults as well who need to be reassured of their specialness.
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Excellent story for all ages!
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AWESOME book about thinking positively about yourself, and a great message about how to re-frame what others think about you (instead of taking negative comments and labels given by others personally). If you are a Christian, you will love the message this book offers about a person's relationship with the Creator! But even if you're not a Christian, that message isn't blantantly obvious, it's still a great book about self-esteem and great way to think about others that bully.