Wonder Kayla Knox

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  • Introduction To "Wonder" Setting.
  • Introduction To "Wonder" Characters/Conflict
  • Characters (From Left To Right) August-Main Character Via- August's SIster Mom Dad.
  • The "Talk" About Going To School
  • But mom! kids will look at me funny!! I don't want to go school.
  • I know baby, but I can't keep teaching you anymore. You know that I'm bad at fractions.....
  • The top for settings In Wonder are the dining room, Beecher Prep (August's New School), The hallway and the classroom.
  • First Day Of School.
  • Hi, August, my name is Mr. Tushman! Ill be your principal while you are here at Beecher Prep.
  • The conflict in this story is that August is a child with a disfigured face, and his mother has been teaching him for his first five years of school, However, his mom decides that he needs to go to school because she can no longer teach him.
  • What I Learned From The Story.
  • Hmm, What did I learn from the story?????
  • In this point of the story, August and his mom are arguing about him starting school for the first time.
  • Would I Recommend Others To Read?
  • At this point in the story, August is going to his new school and is meeting the principal and a few students. The three students are Charlotte, Julian, Jack Will.
  • Hi....
  • I learned that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, because just because you look different, does not mean that is your personality. In the story, August did referred to "the moldy cheese" like in Diary Of A Wimpy Kid.
  • I honestly would NOT recommend this book because you can't really connect to the story, it really is not that creative, feels like something everyone rights with a small twist.
  • Yeah! It was boring at first, but the ending was really good!
  • Hey, Kayla! did you read that book? How was it?
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