Wonder is a book about a boy, August Pullman, who was born with an unusual facial deformity. The some of the story is narrated by the kids featured in the book and their point of view regarding school, being a kid and having a relationship with Auggie, be it a positive relationship or something different.. He has fabulous parents who treat him just like all other kids. In fact, he is just like all other kids. He just looks a bit different maybe to you and I.August tells us about his experience in attending mainstream school for the first time and going into the fifth grade. He tells us about meeting the principal and a few kids for the first time and getting a tour of the school. He tells us about starting school and what it's like being different around so many others. The struggles of being the "new kid" are magnified when you are different. The same changes we made to ourselves in order to fit in Auggie makes as well. The same awkward issues of Middle School that we had Auggie has too. The same challenges we have in making friends Auggie has too. The same challenges some of us have with bullies Auggie has too.This is a "wonder"full story of a boy who is different. Well, he looks different, but he is just the same as you and me. He can be happy, he can be sad. He loves, he hates. He walks, talks, eats, watches video games, plays outside, he goes to school. In some ways many of us can relate to August. Some maybe can't.This is a story of triumph and I give it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who wants to read a great story about an amazing boy.