We're All Wonders

We're All Wonders

The unforgettable bestseller Wonder 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 5 million people have fallen in love with Wonder and have joine...

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Title:We're All Wonders
Author:R.J. Palacio
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:32 pages

We're All Wonders Reviews

  • PattyMacDotComma
    Mar 20, 2017
    4★Lovely idea to introduce the boy whose story was told for somewhat older readers in the author’s earlier book Wonder. Auggie is not called by name here, but WE know who he is. Well, we who are familiar with the first book do. This is a very simple prequel.He’s only a little fellow ...
  • Jessica White
    Mar 26, 2017
    You guys all know I love Wonder.You know I love Auggie & Me.Well now I love We're All Wonders.R.J. Palacio released an illustrated storybook outlining the main idea of Wonder. I love that she created Wonder for an even younger audience. By creating this storybook, she 's opening the eyes of children...
  • Michele
    Mar 28, 2017
    *sniffle* *sniffle*...
  • KC
    Apr 06, 2017
    Having the the unique opportunity to have met R.J. Palacio as well as her book Wonder as one of our One Book One Town picks, I'm pleased to continue reading about this heartfelt story. -"I know I can't change the way I look. BUT maybe, just maybe, people can change the way they see." CHOOSE KIND. ...
  • Alejandro
    Apr 07, 2017
    Dios, qué precioso....
  • Aolund
    Apr 08, 2017
    This book has a wonderful message of acceptance and seeing past surfaces and an easy-to-follow storyline, making R.J. Palacio's Wonder accessible to a younger audience. Precautions: However, for a book that hinges completely on the main character Auggie's physical difference--a physical difference s...
  • Amy Rae
    Apr 17, 2017
    A picture book with great intentions and questionable execution. If you haven't read the midgrade novel this book is based on, you'll have no idea what makes the main character different from other kids. (The roommate's assumption was that it was about a kid with one eye, because nothing in the stor...
  • Megan
    Apr 21, 2017
    Sappy, sappy, sappy. Did I mention sappy?...
  • Jennifer Foeller
    May 06, 2017
    I've never read the middle grade book Wonder by Palacio. It's on my 'too read' mental list, but, I just haven't gotten to it yet. I've heard people rave about that one. Now, the problem with trying to make that into a picture book is that there is only room for the moral, not for anything that might...
  • Sara Cristina
    May 25, 2017
    Mesmo muito fofooooooo...