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Young people who have trouble finding their place in the world will connect with the "misfit" characters in this provocative story. This is no superhero tale, nor is it science fiction, although it shares elements of both. The travelers must rely on their individual and collective strengths, delving deep into their characters to find answers.
A classic since 1962, Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time is sophisticated in concept yet warm in tone, with mystery and love coursing through its pages. Meg's shattering yet ultimately freeing discovery that her father is not omnipotent provides a satisfying coming-of-age element. Readers will feel a sense of power as they travel with these three children, challenging concepts of time, space, and the power of good over evil. (Ages 9 to 12) --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
A timeless classic and teacher recommended from 5th grade up. Some vague Christianity references (less than Narna). Read morePublished 2 days ago by Windy St George
Beautifully written. Very strong characters looking for the truth and the meaning of life.Published 2 days ago by brensyo
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"Meg and her brother Charles Wallace and their friend Calvin go on a journey to save Meg and... Read more
I have read a great deal of children's books over my lifetime but I cannot fathom why this book is so popular. It is a bizarre story. Read morePublished 6 days ago by MaryJean