LOVED this book...both my 8 year old daughter and myself. The narrators were wonderful and Auggie should win an award! What a wonderful story. I wish there were more like this. She actually started to read the actual book and series after them. I have purchased other high rated books such a Chronicles of Narnia but she doesn't like the books with accents as much. Thank you for this wonderful book that touched our hearts and taught my child the lesson of loving and acceptance beyond the norm.
Auggie and the sister's friend who always protected him (sorry I can't recall the name)
Yes, although the voices are not what I imagined as when I read the book.
My favorite character is Via and Justin and Miranda. Their perspectives are very real.
The part where Miranda sees Auggie after the play.
It made me laugh really hard in some of the parts.
This is a great book about being different. It gives several perspectives on how a medical issue with a young boy affects his family, friends, and even enemies. This book's theme of courage and acceptance of all people is brilliantly told from different views.
What a heartwarming book. I loved how it was told from different perspectives. Having adopted a child with a severe bilateral cleft palate I had a soft spot for the story. I loved how in life like in the book that these kids help us to bring out the best in us and that everyone is blessed by having them in our lives!
Listened with my daughter who will be going into grade 5. We snuggled up with Wonder for a couple of chapters before she fell asleep many nights. A great read for a 10 year old kid-and her parents.