On Sunday, 27 January, the Pioner Kids lecture series will host a special screening of “Wonder.”
On the one hand, the young August Pullman is just like any other boy his age: he loves to go to his friends’, play computer games, geek out over “Star Wars,” play with his dog, and fight and make up with his older sister. On the other, he’s completely different. First of all, August never went to a regular school: starting in first grade, his mother taught him at home. Second, August has had 27 operations — because of a rare genetic defect, August doesn’t have a face. And this boy has to go to school. For the first time. With ordinary kids.
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