You are Special Hardback
A Story for Everyone
by Max Lucado;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
A story that will never age, this book about being accepted by God has helped many younger readers learn to be loved by God.
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You are Special
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This is one of those stories.
It is about the Punchinello in each of us - the part of you that struggles to believe that someone treasures you. Someone who doesn't judge you by what you look like, what you have or what you do. Someone who loves you just because you are you. It's a vital message we all need to hear. A message we need to share with others: You are special, no matter what.
You are Special by Max Lucado was published by Lion Hudson in October 2005 and is our 191st best seller. The ISBN for You are Special is 9781859855904.
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You Are SpecialMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Max Lucado’s stories were first published for children but hold a Christian message for us all so I am very glad that these very special stories about Punchinello, his Wemmick friends, and their maker Eli are now published in a format for ‘everyone’. You can’t give a children’s book to a teenager or adult, but the gentle truths taught in the story will be enjoyed by all ages, so do look at this book and You Are Mine
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What age is this book suitable for?
This classic title is suitable for children of all ages, but specifically aimed at those 4 and upwards.
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|Page last updated||29th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (October 2005)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||32|