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Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick
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Sep 29, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: mrs-buck, maren

This book has two perspectives, one from a small deaf boy with no mother and the other about a small deaf girl whos mother is far away, watch as this boy starts his search for his father, and on the way he meets new friends, and discovers another family member, who is managed in the book in her own story of her own childhood with a famous mother, and ears that don't hear anything.

Ashley c At first i thought this book was very confusing i did not realize it was a wonderful book until the middle of the story! Please take your time to read this book after reading invention of Hugo Cabret and reading wonder struck i decided Brian Selznick was my very FAVORITE author! If you want to decide you know your favorite author read wonder struck (if you do read this book i asure you youll love this author! thank you!

quick read enjoyable you can always know what is going on in the story because of all the pictures

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NewFranklin School this is a wonderful book read it now!

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