He becomes companions with Jack, and with a young lady named Summer who sits with him at lunch right from the start. Obviously, talk that contacting Auggie will give you the "plague" emerges, so his cohorts try trying not to contact him, so Auggie starts to feel distanced.
The story changes point of view to Via, Auggie's more established sister, who starts secondary school while Auggie begins center school.A fracture keeps on developing among Via and her previous companions, and Via subsides into new gathering. On Halloween, Via is confounded when Auggie gets back home early, professing to be debilitated and declining to go house to house asking for candy.
He uncovers to her what occurred with Jack, and she persuades him that a few children will continuously be mean. Auggie, as indicated by her, should move past such situations and continue onward to school.
Since Auggie is distraught at Jack, Summer turns into his closest companion, and their two families hit it off too. Summer battles about whether to continue to spend time with Auggie or to spend time with the well known swarm all things considered, at the end of the day picks Auggie.
The following segment is told according to Jack's viewpoint, and he backtracks to when Mr. Tushman previously requested that he attempt to be a companion to the new understudy. He truly needs to be Auggie's companion, yet he became involved with an endeavor to be acknowledged by kids like Julian.
When Julian tells him one day that being friends with Auggie is not worth it, Jack gets so angry that he punches Julian in the face. This conflict sets off a series of apology letters involving Jack, Mr. Tushman, and Julian, and Jack and Auggie eventually make up and become friends again.
The circumstance has gotten better at school as understudies become burnt out on the "battle" among Julian and Jack. The Pullman family gets in a battle one day when Auggie understands that Via has been concealing her contribution in the school play from him.