Wonder audiobook inspires you to reach out and hug the entire globe. It’s an optimistic, hilarious, life-affirming narrative that needs to be read—and it could well transform its audiences’ lives as well. Don’t miss it out now on Free Audiobooks Online!
Wonder audiobook teaches a good lesson that don’t judge people by how they look or what they like
August “Auggie” Pullman, the main character of Wonder audiobook, a ten years-old boy, lives in Upper Manhattan’s North River Heights. He has Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder that has damaged his face and necessitated several operations and special care. August had been homeschooled by his mother for several years due to his disability; nonetheless, his parents have enrolled him at Beecher Prep, a private school, for the start of fifth grade. Auggie has an elder sister, Olivia “Via” Pullman, who is starting high school this year.
Auggie’s mother brings him to meet the principal, Mr. Tushman, who has invited three other students — Jack Will, Charlotte, and Julian — to give him a tour of the school before the start of the school year. Julian is cruel to Auggie, who acts “like an angel” in front of grownups. Auggie attempts vainly to avoid calling attention to himself on his first day of school, but is gently tormented by Julian and his pals. A classmate called Summer approaches and befriends Auggie at lunch, and he is partnered in most of his courses with Jack, whom he also considers a buddy.[..] Auggie and Jack are strolling alone in the woods on the last night of the school year when they are ridiculed and attacked by a bunch of older kids from another school. Julian’s friends happen by and rush to their peers’ aid, inspired by Auggie’s bravery in standing up to the bullies. Auggie is thereafter accepted by the majority of his classmates. August is awarded the ‘Henry Ward Beecher Medal’ at graduation for his great strength and character during the school year, whilst Julian’s parents opt to send him to a different school the next year. Auggie’s mother tells him proudly that he is a “miracle.”
This novel about growing up is full of heart and comedy, and written with a clear-eyed intellect that never slides into cynicism, with the matter-of-fact wisdom that warmed Wonder audiobook. Auggie’s brilliant, witty demeanor will win over readers who will sympathize with him as he navigates the tangled web of friendships and family while rooting for him as he learns some of life’s most difficult and frightening lessons.
Wonder audiobook tale is not an easy one to listen to, even with a good outlook and wise, loving parents, and my emotions ranged from grief to laughter to awful rage at what happened to him. Not all children are pleasant. Some children act one way in front of adults and another in front of other children. Some adults are very harsh. And just when you think life can’t possibly be any tougher or more difficult, it does.
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