Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories

Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories
By R. J. Palacio

If you have read Wonder, Auggie & Me has some people from Wonder talk about their lives and how they can be like Auggie on the inside. The book is separated into three parts with three people talking — Julian, Christopher, and Charlotte.

Auggie & Me has Julian talk a little about his school year, but mostly about what happens after. Christopher talks about his not very good day, and some memories from his childhood with Auggie. Charlotte talks about what’s going on with her in the school year with Auggie.

My favorite character out of Julian, Christopher, and Charlotte is Charlotte. In the book she learns that who cares what other people think about me. She is also a very kind person.

I think you should read the book Wonder before Auggie & Me. I have a book review on Wonder if you would like to know some more about Wonder.

This is a third grade-fifth grade book.

I give this book 5 out of 5 bookworms.   Bookworm

Lexi, The Reading Rockstar

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Stormi R Oldridge says:

    I am reading a book called sink or siwm a boy name colton is 12 and his nrother is 19 when they go sea fishing a ubaot comes up from under there boats the soilder come out they are Germans and they cute the nate and they lauth at coltan and Danny is his brother a thew days in the book he stails he brother’s slip to go to the navy he goes frow bootcampe and now he is a sub chaser and was what they called them in world war 2 and they are going to iceland but a uboat wolf pack is atacking there boats in the book.

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  2. Janet Head says:

    Sounds like another good read! Thank you!

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