Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories

Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories

R. J. Palacio

Language: English

Pages: 320

ISBN: 1101934859

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Over 3 million people have read the #1 New York Times bestseller Wonder—the book that inspired the Choose Kind movementand have fallen in love with Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face. Auggie & Me gives readers a special look at Auggie’s world through three new points of view. Previously only available in ebook, now they’ll be published all together--complete with an introduction from the author on how she came to write them--in a gorgeous hardcover package! 
These stories are an extra peek at Auggie before he started at Beecher Prep and during his first year there. Readers get to see him through the eyes of Julian, the bully; Christopher, Auggie’s oldest friend; and Charlotte, Auggie’s new friend at school. Together, these three stories are a treasure for readers who don’t want to leave Auggie behind when they finish Wonder.














trembling. “Sweetie, where’s your dad?” she asked. “Can you put him on the phone?” I shrugged. “I think . . . he might be asleep by now.” “I’m sure he won’t care if you wake him up,” she answered softly. “Go get him. I’ll wait on the phone.” Auggie nudged his way into view on the screen. “What’s the matter, Chris?” he asked. I shook my head, fighting back tears. I couldn’t talk. I knew if I did, I’d start to cry. “Christopher,” Isabel said, coming close to the screen. “Your mom is going to

understanding of Auggie is too limited to shed light upon his character. Wonder is Auggie’s story, after all, from beginning to end. And I was very strict with myself about telling his story in a simple and linear way. If a character didn’t propel the narrative forward—or told a story that ran parallel to, or before or after, the events in Wonder—then he or she didn’t get a voice in the book. That’s not to say that some of these other characters didn’t have interesting stories to tell,

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