Punchinello and the Most Marvelous Gift (Wemmicksville, #5)

  • Title: Punchinello and the Most Marvelous Gift (Wemmicksville, #5)
  • Author: Max Lucado Sergio Martinez
  • ISBN: 9781581345469
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Punchinello and the Most Marvelous Gift Wemmicksville With the Maker Day Festival fast approaching Punchinello wants to do something really big for Eli the woodcarver But everyone else he meets in Wemmicksville is also trying to make the best contribut
    With the Maker Day Festival fast approaching, Punchinello wants to do something really big for Eli, the woodcarver But everyone else he meets in Wemmicksville is also trying to make the best contribution to the festival.Hans believes that his seven layer chocolate cherry truffle cake with double butter cream frosting will be the best part, but Violet is sure her bountifulWith the Maker Day Festival fast approaching, Punchinello wants to do something really big for Eli, the woodcarver But everyone else he meets in Wemmicksville is also trying to make the best contribution to the festival.Hans believes that his seven layer chocolate cherry truffle cake with double butter cream frosting will be the best part, but Violet is sure her bountiful bouquet will come out on top Lucia knows her vocal solo will make the day, and Dr Marvel is eager to show off his magnificent Marvellaphony organoni What can Punchinello do When all of Wemmicksville gathers for the unveiling of the cake and the bouquet and Lucia s solo, Punchinello accidentally destroys the cake, the bouquet, and the Marvellaphony organoni What could have been a disaster results in the marvelous gift, and the people of Wemmicksville realize that Maker Day is not about a cake or a bouquet it s all about Eli.

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    About Max Lucado Sergio Martinez


    1. With than 130 million products in print and several NYT bestsellers, Max Lucado is America s bestselling inspirational author He serves the Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy His next book is publishing August 2018 and is titled Unshakable Hope.facebook maxlucado twitter maxlucadoinstagram maxlucado


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    1. ‘Punchinello and The Most Marvellous Gift’ is a useful book for children to read in school when introducing rhyme or speech marks in Literacy lessons as both are used frequently throughout the story. There is quite a lot of text compared to Max Lucado’s other books from the series so I would say it is suitable for children who are 5 years old and above.The story itself focuses on a town event around Christmas time called ‘Maker-Day.’ In the build up to Maker-Day, residents create a num [...]

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    2. This story is about a little wooden puppet named Punchinello who wants to show his maker some appreciation on Maker-Day. He goes all through the town looking for the best gift that he can find- the best cake, the best flowers, the best music. On the day of the festival, P still isn't sure what he is going to do. There ends up being a big explosion of instruments causing people to end up making music that wasn't planned. P then knows exactly what he wants to do for Eli, and it is beautiful.This b [...]

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    3. Eh. It was all right. No where near to the two that I love. I am more attached to the first two I ever read because they were still fairly new, I liked the topics they addressed, I enjoyed the pictures, and I felt closely connected because of a final paper I wrote in college related to them. This one would not have been quite "up to standard" for me to choose to write a paper on. Lots more text. The drawing of the characters seems to be changing. The message in the book is still there, but I sta [...]

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    4. I have been reading this each Christmas to my Real Men Read 2nd graders. The RMR program usually does not schedule a December reading and the teachers welcome having a 'special' event for the kids to look forward to the week before Christmas. It gives me a chance to talk about the upcoming Christmas season and the importance of remembering that Christmas is about more than giving or receiving gifts.

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    5. Another story featuring the Wemmicks.This was a nice story, not quite up to par with what I have come to expect from Max Lucado, but it was still a pretty good book.*Taken from my book reviews blog: reviewsatmse/2008

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    6. This book is very wordy and long. The theme of the book is that there is festival day called Maker Day. The puppets are preparing to celebrate this day with all the puppets who the maker created. The makers name is Eli referencing The Maker is God.

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    7. This wasn't my favorite book. I think it was sweet, but the original was much better. I think that it would be a fun addition for kids, but personally I wasn't too into it. It has a great message though!

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    8. This reminds me of his other book for older kids"Just the Way You Are."

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    9. It was an amazing gift!!

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    10. A timely reminder to keep Christmas simple and personal.

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    11. I LOVE and recommend "You Are Special". This book eh.

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    12. Maybe it's just because I didn't experience this one as a child, but it just doesn't seem to have the same gentleness and sincerity of the earlier books.

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    13. I think that this book is a must read for every church member.Everyone wants to be the best in praising god.Just read this book!!

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    14. another great kids book!!

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    15. We produced a musical out of this book

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    16. this is a really good book and I like punch.

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    17. 'Ik houd van u.Ik wil dat ieder ziet:Zonder u, Eli,bestond ik niet.'

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