Over 2 million people have read the New York Times bestseller Wonder and have fallen in love with Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face. Readers have also been given a special look at another side of Auggie's story with The Julian Chapter and a peek at his life before Beecher Prep in Pluto. In Shingaling, the third Wonder Story, they'll read about life as a fifth grader at Beecher Prep through the eyes of Charlotte, the girl who had been chosen to be Auggie's qwelcomeq buddy. Readers will not only learn more about Charlotte and her budding friendship with reader-favorite, Summer (they solve a mystery together), but how the girls at Beecher Prep react to Auggie attending their school for the first time, and how Charlotte came to write the precept she used at the end of Wonder, qIt's not enough to be friendly. You have to be a friend.qaMe, neither!a I said, though that actually wasna#39;t true at all. Remo and I had finished our diorama of a cell the first week back from winter break. aI just want to ... I said, whipping out my phone, thinking Ia#39;m texting Ximena Chin my address like the big dork that I am. aUmm ... There, running vertically down the side of her palm, was her phone number written in neat block letters in dark blue pen. I keyed heranbsp;...
|Title||:||Shingaling: A Wonder Story|
|Author||:||R. J. Palacio|
|Publisher||:||Knopf Books for Young Readers - 2015-05-12|