My Name Is Wonder: A Tale of Adventure

My Name Is Wonder: A Tale of Adventure

by Ronald Chapman


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My Name Is Wonder: A Tale of Adventure 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Allykitten More than 1 year ago
This book focuses on Wonder’s adventures and the experience and knowledge he gains on these journeys. During Wonder’s adventures he meets and encounters many intriguing animals; some of these include a crow, bear, owl, ram, otters, coyotes, and many others. Each journey brings a new lesson, message, insight, and experience. Wonder or better nicknamed as “Wander” is such an adorable, fun spirited and adventurous character! Wonder is the main character of this book and he is a cute, small, white goat. I loved Wonder’s sense of adventure and curiosity! He sounded just like a real little kid with lots of endless questions! He always wanted to learn and explore the unknown. I also really liked that Wonder was raised with manners which shows such a great example of positive character traits. Wonder spends most of his time with his best friend/side kick, Mac Craack, nicknamed “MC” who is a crow and his teacher, Oren, an elderly, but extremely wise goat. I liked how well these characters worked together and played off each other. I loved how well this book was broken up; lots of short chapters. I constantly found myself saying, “Okay… just one more chapter… it’s only a few more pages…” LOL! I really enjoyed the quotes and lessons in this book! I think there is always room for self-improvement and that learning isn’t just done in the classroom. This book shows how you can learn from anyone and anywhere. This book shows that there are still valuable lessons to be learned and personal growth to be achieved. I found answers, inspiration, and guidance in this book. A quick and easy, but very enjoyable read! The passages are so well detailed it is very easy to picture the story happening! Although this book addresses complex lessons, it is simple to understand and follow. I would absolutely recommend this book to BOTH adults and children. I think this would make a great storybook for adults and children to read together and discuss the lessons. There aren’t many books that I can re-read, but this book is the exception! I can definitely see myself re-reading this book several times and still learn something new each time over! **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**