This book is incredible. It touches your heart in the most unexpected of ways. You never really feel sorry for Auggie...he is a brave and ultimately confident young man with a loving, caring family and a very mature way of seeing the world. I cried at the most unexpected of times and my class of 4th graders never wanted me to stop reading it.
This book honestly touches my heart. When I was reading this story, I feel really bad for him because, of all the surgeries he had. I read this book more then 2 times. This book also makes me cry at times. I really recommend others reading this book.
My teacher recommended me the book 'Wonder'. I am glad that she did! I am still reading it, and I will say... ITS AMAZING!!! You are going to love Wonder. It is one of those books that when you start reading it, you can't put it down. If 1 was terrible and 10 was best book ever! I would rate it as a 10! Hope you read it!!!
Born with an abnormal face, August Pullman is a home schooled boy due to all his surgeries. When he is told by his loving parents that its time for him to leave for the world, he is delighted but dread fills him when he visits Beacher Prep, his to be school. Auggie tries as hard as he can to gain trust and friends but does he succeed? This book will touch your heart from every corner and persuade you to go out for this young boy and give him the truth for the story is told by different point of views.
This book will make you smile, cry, and laugh, but most of all, it will touch your heart. Told by different characters, a special, heartwarming story unfolds and wraps around the soul of the story: August Pullman. Called Auggie by his friends and family, Auggie struggles through school for the first time after being homeschooled. That would be tough for any kid, but Auggie Pullman has a special face. It's different from everyone else, and the only person who treats Auggie as a normal person is his dog, Daisy. With lots of heartbreak, love, care, friendship, and most of all: kindness, R.J. Polacio has written a book that will remain in the hearts of her readers forever.