Auggie & me : three Wonder stories, R.J. Palacio
I enjoyed it because it had different perspectives throughout the book. It is about three different kids perspective on Auggie, who has something different about his face, but he is still nice and funny. The first person to ‘talk’ is Auggie’s old best friend, who moved away. The second one is a girl named Charlotte, who was asked by the principal to show Auggie around. The third and final person is Julian, a boy who bullied Auggie. At the end of the book, Julian realises Auggie for who he is, not just what he looks like, but the school year is finished. Julian is moving to the suburbs, and never gets to see Auggie again.
Reviewed by Stella from Karori and Karori West Normal School , 10 years old