I know it can’t be easy for him to look in the mirror every day, or walk down the street. But that’s not my problem. My problem is that everything’s different since he’s been coming to my school. The kids are different. I’m different. And it sucks big-time.
WONDER told the story of August Pullman: an ordinary kid with an extraordinary face, whose first year at school changed the lives and the perspectives of everyone around him.
Now read THE JULIAN CHAPTER: classroom bully Julian’s side of the story, and an insight into his own feelings about Auggie. Thought-provoking, infuriating, surprising, heartbreaking and heartwarming, this is a must-read for the thousands of readers who loved WONDER.
Insightful and humane, it packed so much emotion and understanding into so few pages . . . Beautifully written
Everyone - young or old - should read Wonder. The Julian Chapter adds so much more to the Wonder story. It reminds us of the importance of compassion in everyday life
A genius idea which will be a treat for fans of Wonder
Bullying affects children and adults, but it’s never too late to learn to be kind to others. R.J. Palacio’s inspiring and eye-opening story of August Pullman teaches some valuable lessons about bullying…
In Wonder, R. J. Palacio's life-affirming and sometimes heartbreaking story, a facially disfigured boy named August navigates his way through his first year at middle school. Read an extract from the opening chapters.