Publish date: January 3rd 2013
Publisher: Corgi Childrens
Pages no: 315
Edition language: English
Wonder is amazing! You not only get all the feels, but the wonder. You wonder how many times in your life have you been the whispering, staring, plague playing kids. How many times has your face betrayed your true feelings to a person who has no control of their situation? Then you wonder how am I g...
Wonder is another wonderful book that introduces diversity. I won't give any spoilers away, but it's about a boy who doesn't look like everyone else. After being homeschooled, he finally enters the 5th grade. Full of emotion and heartbreak, it will tug on the heart strings of readers. This would be ...
I picked this up while browsing a charity shop's offerings and notwithstanding my son's obervation that he had noticed it in the teen section of a nearby bookshop, stuck with it. And I'm glad I did. A good story can afterall be compelling, irrespective of the 'target audience' and in August Pullman,...
This was a lovely novel, a level of complexity that I didn’t expect woven throughout when portions of it were narrated by those also affected by Auggie’s illness. This book is aimed at middle-graders. The protagonist, Auggie, a ten year-old boy, was born with a facial deformity which has a grave e...
Wonder is an incredible story that should be read in fifth grade. It is about a boy with a facial deformity that gets bullied, but it all stops when he makes some friends at a new school that stick up for him. This is a great story about acceptance and teaches lessons on bullying.