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Covington Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126020531624 JFiction Available -
Covington Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126021727320 JFiction Checked out 11/06/2019
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Erlanger Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126019638729 JFiction Checked out 10/26/2019
Erlanger Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126020531590 JFiction Checked out 11/05/2019
Erlanger Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126021727288 JFiction Checked out 11/16/2019
Erlanger Branch J PALAC R (Text) 33126021795517 JFiction Checked out 11/02/2019
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  • ISBN: 9781524720193
  • ISBN: 0375969020 (hardcover library binding)
  • ISBN: 9780375969027 (hardcover library binding)
  • ISBN: 037589988X (e-book)
  • ISBN: 9780375899881 (e-book)
  • ISBN: 0375869026 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 9780375869020 (hardcover)
  • Physical Description: 315 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2012.

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Summary, etc.: Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan, which entails enduring the taunting and fear of his classmates as he struggles to be seen as just another student.
Subject: Schools Fiction
Middle schools Fiction
Self-acceptance Fiction
Disfigured persons Fiction
Abnormalities, Human Fiction

  • School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2012 February

    Gr 4–7—Due to a rare genetic disorder, Auggie Pullman's head is malformed, his facial features are misshapen, and he has scars from corrective surgery. After much discussion and waffling, he and his parents decide it's time for him to go to a regular school for the fifth grade instead of being homeschooled. All his life Auggie has seen the shocked expressions and heard the whispers his appearance generates, and he has his coping strategies. He knows that except for how he looks, he's a normal kid. What he experiences is typical middle school—the good and the bad. Meanwhile, his beautiful sister is starting high school and having her own problems. She's finding that friendships change and, though it makes her feel guilty, she likes not being labeled as Auggie's sister. Multiple people tell this story, including Auggie, two of his new school friends, his sister, and his sister's former best friend. Palacio has an exceptional knack for writing realistic conversation and describing the thoughts and emotions of the characters. Everyone grows and develops as the story progresses, especially the middle school students. This is a fast read and would be a great discussion starter about love, support, and judging people on their appearance. A well-written, thought-provoking book.—Nancy P. Reeder, Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, Columbia, SC

    [Page 130]. (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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