We're All Wonders Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-07-12 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Wonderful message about not changing who we are but changing the way we see one another--with kindness. " said.

" i should probably have read wonder already, but i haven't. i'm given to understand this picture book is a simpler version of the message in wonder - aka "choose kind" - and i'm all for it. 4 stars. " said.

" A great picture book for all ages that goes along with the novel "Wonder" by RJ Palacio " said.

" 10/10 would recommend this book. I don't care how old you are this book should be read by everyone. This book has such a strong message and only kind of made me cry. Everyone needs to read it and become as accepting as Auggie is. " said.

" Auggie is a wonder. He is unique because he doesn't look like ordinary kids. But when ordinary kids talk about him, it hurts his feelings. When that happens he puts on his helmet and blasts off to Pluto where other beings look like him. From Pluto, he can see the Earth and knows that there are billions of people who live there and many who even look like him. And he knows he can help people change the way they see, just by being themselves. " said.

" Un hermoso libro que recomendaría a todas las personas que disfrutaron de la historia de Auggie. A pesar de que es cortito, su contenido es muy directo y las ilustraciones fueron realizadas por la misma autora. Nos cuenta la perspectiva de August con respecto a su aspecto (acompañado de ilustraciones), lo que crea una historia más entretenida y fácil de disfrutar. " said.

" "I know I can't change the way I look. But maybe, just maybe, people can change the way they see". - this book delivers a great message to children/adults alike. Choose kindness, choose acceptance. Reminded me strongly of Chris Ulmer's work in beating the stigma around children with disabilities and the way they are perceived by others. Definitely one to read, and purchase :) " said.

"I would not call this a picture book version of R.J. Palacio's middle-grade novel Wonder. It does not abridge the story in Wonder or even introduce us to any of the characters from Wonder, besides Auggie, who is simply a boy who looks different in this book. None of his defining character traits from Wonder are in this book. Personally, that didn't bother me, but I can see how other readers who know and love Auggie from Wonder would be disappointed by not seeing him in another context. In fact, I'm kind of glad that I didn't see allll of him in another context, because I'm a little sick of all the Wonder spin-off books whose purposes seem to be making a buck. (Not that I've read any of them, but just the concept rubs me the wrong way.)

The point of this book seems to be introducing young readers to the moral points of Wonder, such as not judging others, valuing others' unique qualities, and being kind. Again, I can see how some would be bothered by reducing Wonder to only its moral platitudes, but it didn't bother me. What did bother me was the page that all of a sudden has a paragraph of text on it, after most of the pages just have one sentence. My toddler loses some interest on that page. I also thought the blasting off to Pluto part is kind of random.
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