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Alyssa Klingensmith, Journalist

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        Wonder is an amazing movie that everyone should see. It teaches many lessons that are very important to learn. Wonder is about a boy, named Auggie, who has facial deformities and has been homeschooled his whole life. His mom decided that middle school would be a good year to start going to a “real” school. Auggie has to deal with bullying in school and making friends. Wonder also shows that Auggie’s whole family has their struggles, especially his older sister, Via; who has to deal with friends changing and a lack of attention at home. Auggie’s parents have their struggles as well but, as a family they can overcome it and become stronger.  

    This movie shows that it does not matter what you look like, it matters what kind of person you are. Since Auggie looked different people didn’t want to be his friend. They didn’t choose to see who he really is, they just based him off of what he looked like. The kids that befriended Auggie realized what a wonderful and kind kid he is and that looks do not matter. This is a movie for all ages and one that everyone should see. It teaches a great lesson of being kind and never judging a book by its cover. As well as how to be brave and that you can overcome many obstacles in life.

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