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'My name is August. I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse.' Auggie wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old. He does ordinary things - eating ice cream, playing on his Xbox. He feels ordinary - inside. But ordinary kids don't make other ordinary kids run away screaming in playgrounds. Ordinary kids aren't stared at wherever they go. Born with a terrible facial abnormality, Auggie has been home-schooled by his parents his whole life. Now, for the first time, he's being sent to a real school - and he's dreading it. All he wants is to be accepted - but can he convince his new classmates that he's just like them, underneath it all? Wonder is a funny, frank, astonishingly moving debut to read in one sitting, pass on to others, and remember long after the final page.vezi tot
My 10 year old son and I have been reading this book together, we have laughed together and cried together, we have both thoroughly enjoyed it. My son did not want it to end so limited how many pages a day we were allowed to read near the end of the story :) I highly recommend this book and think it teaches more than one valuable life lesson.
Recommended here. And, I am glad that I did. A warm hearted story touched my heart. Worth to keep it on the shelf for years. Read over and over. P.S. Oh yeah, adults should be reading too :)
This is a wonderful story which I just loved. Most of my friends have read it and loved it too. My 10 year old daughter has just finished the book and found it very enlightening and has recommended it to a lot of her friends as well. It truly is a story for all, recommend for readers aged 10 and up.