We're All Wonders
ISBN: 1524766496
EAN13: 9781524766498
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 28, 2017
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.59" H x 12.2" L x 9.29" W
Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

The unforgettable bestseller Wonder, now a major motion picture, has inspired a nationwide movement to Choose Kind. Now parents and educators can introduce the importance of choosing kind to younger readers with this gorgeous picture book, featuring Auggie and Daisy on an original adventure, written and illustrated by R. J. Palacio.

Over 8 million people have fallen in love with Wonder and have joined the movement to Choose Kind. Now younger readers can meet Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face, and his beloved dog, Daisy.

Countless fans have asked R. J. Palacio to write a book for younger readers. With We're All Wonders, she makes her picture-book debut as both author and artist, with a spare, powerful text and striking, richly imagined illustrations. Palacio shows readers what it's like to live in Auggie's world--a world in which he feels like any other kid, but he's not always seen that way.

We're All Wonders may be Auggie's story, but it taps into every child's longing to belong, and to be seen for who they truly are. It's the perfect way for families and educators to talk about empathy and kindness with young children.

Praise for Wonder:
A #1 New York Times Bestseller
A USA Today Top 100 Bestseller
An Indie Bestseller
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   Absolutely love the book
My son has read the entire book and he has a very good grasp of the story. I use this book to teach him to be kind to others who look different from him and to learn about diversity. I love how it talks about the boy can't change the way he looks but we all can change the way we see, perceive and act towards others, he said. I love the ending how it shows another boy wants to be friends with him and how it can make a difference and a wonder in people and the world we live in, said Blair. My son reads this book every night. Kindness rules?
   Great story
Great story, said Dr. Michael Davis, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I've read all the books except for this one. It talks about being different from the other kids, but it's still the same. In this episode, I talk about how your feelings get hurt and how you use your imagination to escape. Then it talks about how people can be accepting and kind all in simple words that kids can understand. It's just right for helping little ones that may not always fit in with their peers understand that they are just as wonderful as every other child.
   We need to choose kindness and "see" who WE really Are.
I'm delighted to have received my very own copy of 'We're All Wonders' by R.J. Palacio. Just could not wait to share it with you! R.J. Palacio, the writer and illustrator of this picture book, was also behind the successful movie adaptation of the young adult novel. Auggie Pullman, 4, has a rare disease that causes him to have multiple facial disfigurements. In the movie, Mr. Tushman says Auggie Pullman can't change the way he looks, but maybe we can change how we see. We're all wonderin', said Goodrich. We need to choose kindness over hate.
   Palacio is a good introduction for very young children to understand people who ...
This version of the book by R.J. Palacio is a good introduction for very young children to understand people who don't look normal. In a generous gesture of compassion, the writer said, "Look with kindness and you will always find wonder." Great customer service, highly recommend.
   My students love the Wonder movie and book
I love the movie and the book. Both are huge fans of the picture book.
   Treat others.......
I bought two copies of the book, one for each of my sister's families. The boys enjoyed the story and pictures, too. What a great lesson on how to treat others, he said. He was a great kid, said his aunt, Mary.
   This is a nice book, but I'm a bit conflicted that he ...
This is a nice book, but I'm a bit conflicted that he goes into space and sees other people how they look like him, Raymond said. I'd love to see my kids learn that people who look different are from another planet.
   The message of this book is so simple and straighforward ...
The message of this book is so simple and straighforward, but at the same time it is presented in a fabulous way, said Dr. Goin. What it feels like to be different, to have people stare at you, how someone can look different but feel completely normal. The book has been read multiple times by my son, who has some facial differences. She really enjoys the story, Mr. Rule told the judge.
   LOVE this book
I absolutely love this book. My kids are too young to read the book, but this is a great version for them!
   My daughters loved the pictures and my 5-year-old caught onto the theme ...
I have read this to my two daughters, 5 and 3, and my third-grade class. My daughters loved the pictures and my 5-year-old caught onto the story early on. My 3-year-old, who also loved the pictures, didn't get the princess theme. In fact, all of my third-graders have read the book and all have connected personally to Auggie's struggle. I love that this book doesn't tell much of the novel at all, it's really a great introduction to the series of books for my third-graders who are still a little young for some of the things that Auggie struggles with in the Wonder novel, but it goes along well enough with introducing kindness and the 365 Days of Wonder I do in my classroom.