By R. J. Palacio
Wonder tells the tale of Auggie Pullman: a typical boy with a rare face, whose first 12 months in class replaced the lives and the views of each person round him.
Auggie & Me is a brand new part to the Wonder tale: 3 new chapters from 3 assorted characters - bully Julian, oldest good friend Christopher and classmate Charlotte - giving an perception into how Auggie has touched their very own lives. Thought-provoking, wonderful, infuriating, heartbreaking and heartwarming, [i[Auggie & Me[/i] is a must-read for the millions of readers who enjoyed Wonder.
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Extra resources for Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories (Wonder, Book 1.5, 1.6, 1.7)
For instance, I might read many of the more devotional Psalms, some of Isaiah, the Gospels again and again. But the Pauline epistles, never—except, at long intervals, the thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians. My curiosity knew no bounds, but we did not question her about anything. When I was older and was half through college, I chanced to be spending a few days at home near the end of summer vacation. With a feeling of great temerity I asked her one day why it was that she would not let me read any of the Pauline letters.
There are new worlds to build, new visions to carry forward, new companions at the wall, new days to begin. Good morning, Howard Thurman. A postmodern and postindustrial American postscript: Although Thurman’s message of the 1940s was focused on the needs of the Black representatives of the disinherited in the United States, by the last half of the final decade of the twentieth century it is clear that his message is now replete with significance for many other people as well. Latinos, Native Americans, Southeast Asians, and many women and gay and lesbian people are only the most obvious additions to Thurman’s community of the wall.
It was in 1935, at the annual convocation of preaching at the School of Theology of Boston University, that I first gave formal shape to the basic idea in this study. Under the title “Good News for the Underprivileged,” it was published as an article in Religion in Life, Summer, 1935. Subsequently the same ideas were developed in a prose poem on Jesus, “The Great Incarnate Words,” which appeared in the magazine Motive in January, 1944. Later this prose poem was published as a part of a volume of poetic meditations under the title The Greatest of These.
Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories (Wonder, Book 1.5, 1.6, 1.7) by R. J. Palacio