I just finished reading Wonder by R.J. Palacio. (I think that's a pen name) It's about a boy named August, who goes by Auggie, with a "craniofacial abnormality", which basically means that his face is, not trying to be mean, deformed. His first year of school is fifth grade, before that he was home-schooled because of his surgeries. Anyway, it was the most touching book I've read in a really long time, and I think it would be great to read it in the book club.
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I have watched the movie for Wonder, I still need to read the book.
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I Watched The Movie.. ITS SO GOOD i watched it like 50 times like honestly..I have NOT red the books tho yet
its a pen name and im pretty sure it was based on a real girl
i prob shouldnt hear it LOL
i WISH I COULD suggest any of Esthger Friesner ancient people book but its categorized as YA a few words shouldnt hear so its not exactly childrens books
Look at Via LOL
Wonder, 235 days with auggie i think, and something about mr. browns precept
Okay, I saw a book with a similar cover on my kindle and I was just wondering
Kind of, but you don't need to read the others, it's the first one of 2 or 3
Is this book in a series?
Yes!! listen to Echomoon!!
oh! My class is currently reading that book! We're at Jack's POV in the book. Guys, you need to read it, its amazing!
The blond one in the forest, but that’s cool
Some times the people who make movies change the ages of characters, like in the book Ender's Game, Ender is a six year-old in the beginning, but in the movie they changed it so he was a twelve year-old
what mean kid?
Now I’m dying to see the movie
I thought that too lol, but that’s mean kid looks like he’s 14