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  • deafgirlhistory
    deafgirlhistory's book review was featured in Wonder.
    August "Auggie" Pullman, a 10 years old boy in 5th grade who would be starting middle school at Beecher Prep Middle School with genetics disorder. His older sister, Olivia "Via" who starting high school who always been on Auggie's side as long as he could remember, same with his parents; Isabel and Nate. The Pullmans also have dog, Daisy but died later in the book then gotten new puppy, Bear. While at school, he met few kids; Jack Will, Julian Albans, Charlotte Cody, Ximena Chin, and Summer. And his another sister-like, Via's friend, Miranda Nazas who often calls him "Major Tom". This book have 8 parts; 1st part about August, 2nd part about Via, 3rd part about Summer, 4th part about Jack, 5th part about Justin, Via's boyfriend, 6th part again about August, 7th part about Via's friend, Miranda Nazas, and lastly but not at least 8th part is again about August. This bookis so realistic that I finished in just one day and I DEFINITELY going to recommend this! - Happy Reading!
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    deafgirlhistory added a book review.
    August "Auggie" Pullman, a 10 years old boy in 5th grade who would be starting middle school at Beecher Prep Middle School with genetics disorder. His older sister, Olivia "Via" who starting high school who always been on Auggie's side as long as he could remember, same with his parents; Isabel and Nate. The Pullmans also have dog, Daisy but died later in the book then gotten new puppy, Bear. While at school, he met few kids; Jack Will, Julian Albans, Charlotte Cody, Ximena Chin, and Summer. And his another sister-like, Via's friend, Miranda Nazas who often calls him "Major Tom". This book have 8 parts; 1st part about August, 2nd part about Via, 3rd part about Summer, 4th part about Jack, 5th part about Justin, Via's boyfriend, 6th part again about August, 7th part about Via's friend, Miranda Nazas, and lastly but not at least 8th part is again about August. This bookis so realistic that I finished in just one day and I DEFINITELY going to recommend this! - Happy Reading!
    About 6 hours ago
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    Loved the quotes!! ❤️
    About 7 hours ago
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    Thanks for those book recommendations! I would definitely check 'em out!
    About 7 hours ago
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    Haha, thanks! I'm actually hoping to post more of books reviews! And I enjoy reading and posting reviews, it's pretty fun!!!! And thanks for noticing!! 😁
    About 7 hours ago
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    By R. J. Palacio
    About 9 hours ago
  • deafgirlhistory
    deafgirlhistory's book review was featured in Mine Eyes Have Seen (Horrible Histories Collections).
    Annie Brown, a 15 years old girl during U.S. Civil War of 1861 and the Harper's Ferry raid. Her father, John Brown who often away from home and his family, and most of time, Annie and her father doesn't really talk at each other. Her brother, Owen, Oliver, Watson, Salmon, and few others; and one brother, Frederick, had died. Her sisters Ruth, Sarah, and late Amelia but Annie doesn't really talk about Amelia for nearly 13 years in the book. And Annie, she worries of possibly losing one man that she loved; Dauphin Thompson who later in the book got killed in the raid along with Oliver, Albert Hazlett, Johnny Cook, and few others. But overall, this book really good, telling you about people that most people doesn't know, but most of us knew and heard of John Brown. - Happy Reading!
    2 days ago
  • deafgirlhistory
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    Annie Brown, a 15 years old girl during U.S. Civil War of 1861 and the Harper's Ferry raid. Her father, John Brown who often away from home and his family, and most of time, Annie and her father doesn't really talk at each other. Her brother, Owen, Oliver, Watson, Salmon, and few others; and one brother, Frederick, had died. Her sisters Ruth, Sarah, and late Amelia but Annie doesn't really talk about Amelia for nearly 13 years in the book. And Annie, she worries of possibly losing one man that she loved; Dauphin Thompson who later in the book got killed in the raid along with Oliver, Albert Hazlett, Johnny Cook, and few others. But overall, this book really good, telling you about people that most people doesn't know, but most of us knew and heard of John Brown. - Happy Reading!
    2 days ago

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