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by R.J. Palacio
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Story of My Life
Story of My Life rated it 1 month ago
Auggie is a home-schooled fifth grader who wants to experience more. He has a medical condition that has left his face disfigured. On his first day, the student that was supposed to help him starts to bully him. Auggie is bullied by this classmate, Julian and Julians friends, but makes a couple frie...
Miss. Contorno's Library
Miss. Contorno's Library rated it 1 month ago
August Pullman was born with a facial deformity that has kept him from going to a regular school, util now. He is starting fifth grade and is very nervous about people accepting him and making friends. Auggie wants to be treated as an ordinary kid but some classmates cannot look past his facial defo...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 1 month ago
Another from NPR's Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf. This definitely felt like a message book. The author wanted to make the point that bullying is bad so she wrote this book with the point that bullying is bad. I don't think it was as terrible as some other reviewers (e.g. the fact that Auggie wins ...
Sara's Library
Sara's Library rated it 1 month ago
BULLYING IS NEVER OKAY! This story is about a 5th grade boy with a facial deformity who is going to a new school. It is heart breaking and beautiful. It teaches children to think before they speak. In my observations last semester, ALLLLL the 5th grade students were obsessed with this book because t...
Miss Taylor's Book Picks
Miss Taylor's Book Picks rated it 1 month ago
Auggie Pullman goes to public school for the first time during his 5th grade year. He is just like any other kid except, he has a craniofacial disorder. At first, he was reluctant to even go to school and at one point wanted to quit, but he persevered. He made friends, lost friends, and eventually b...
Line Bookaholic
Line Bookaholic rated it 5 months ago
Where to start? This book was one of the most interesting I’ve read this year. The topic is really not a light one and I can tell you that you may want to cry, but also cry tears of joy because August is really a funny little dude. I honestly am speechless after reading this. It shows how much chi...
Olivia Kadylak
Olivia Kadylak rated it 5 months ago
August Pullman was born with a face deformity and has been insecure his whole life. His parents decide to send his to a public school for his fifth grade year. August must figure out how to make it through his first year of school and how to realize how great he is.
Miss Gothard's Book Blog
Miss Gothard's Book Blog rated it 8 months ago
R. J. Palacio's Wonder is an example of how everyone is unique and extraordinary. The main character, Auggie, is born with a facial deformity and dreams to be an "ordinary" boy. Throughout the novel, the reader begins to see Auggie through the other's characters' eyes. With the completion of Wonder,...
Yessdfkhgougvlhu
Yessdfkhgougvlhu rated it 9 months ago
Beautiful
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 10 months ago
Well, I didn't finish this book in time for my real life book meeting which is nothing new. I actually didn't even make the meeting due to exhaustion but I did finish the book because I couldn't not finish it once I began. 4 ½ Stars Wonder was pretty much exactly what I thought it might be and s...
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