Since he changed, Pino has struggled to live a quiet life with his father Gepetto. But a boy who used to be a wooden puppet doesn’t fit in well with the other villagers. When Pino creates a replica of his Gepetto’s late wife and brings it to life, the two are chased out of their village by an angry mob demanding the resurrection of their own loved ones. On the run with a dying Gepetto, Pino must face a world that would seek to use—and misuse—him for his powers. And when Pino discovers that his abilities are slowly transforming him back into a puppet, he faces a choice: strike a deal with those who only want to use him, or stand up for who he really is.
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For today’s readers, it becomes acceptance of one’s difference, being “true to yourself.” The moral seems to be tacked on to an otherwise entertaining series of discrete adventures that are good for reading aloud.Jul 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Wooden Bones
In this sequel to Collodi's Pinocchio, young Pino (Pinocchio) and his father, the woodcarver Geppetto, try vainly to keep a low profile after Pino's amazing transformation from a wooden puppet into a flesh-and-blood boy.| Read Full Review of Wooden Bones