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A Wrinkle in Time

Book Description
A Wrinkle in Time is the story of adventures in space and time, and won a Newbery Award. A classic young adult book!
Book Information
PublisherFarrar Straus & Giroux
BindingHardcover (68 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/1989
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The Creators
About Madeleine L'Engle (Author) : Madeleine L'Engle (born November 29, 1918 died September 2007) is an American writer best known for her children's books, particularly the Newbery Medal-winning A Wrinkle in Time and its sequels A Win... more
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1/28/2016 Stefanie Hughes tagged as: I read

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9/11/2013 Meagan Friedman

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11/8/2012 William Yu tagged as: I recommend, Inspired me

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4/5/2011 Laura Clement said: To this day this book still holds me when I find I am in a silent moment. Something that remains to present in one's life years and years after reading should be honored and revisted.
tags: I read,

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7/10/2010 Betty Gelean said:
Originally posted on my blog February 23, 2009 http://nightreader-blog.blogspot.com/2009/12/bird-lake-moon-by-kevin-henkes-ya.html Madeleine L’Engle has become a household name since this book was first written, the first in the Time Quartet. Readers of all ages have come to embrace this clas... more

tags: I recommend, I read, young-adult, tesseract, space travel, fantasy, children

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5/13/2010 Douglas E. Richards tagged as: I recommend

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2/23/2010 Mary Sandford said: Great read. Worth reading again and again.
tags: I recommend

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1/25/2010 Annette K

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1/22/2010 Tiffany Turrill said: One of my all-time favorites. This book had a tremendous effect on me as a child. It resonates in my work today in more ways I can count. RIP Madeleine L'Engle! :)
tags: Inspired me, I recommend

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11/24/2009 Cole Rush

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8/27/2009 Coriene Ploetz said: Whenever I wanted to escape real life, I found refuge in a good book. A Wrinkle in Time was often the book I turned to. The fantasy and adventure always took me away when I needed it most as a child.

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6/30/2009 Nicole Downing said: Visit my blog for a review on this book http://snikysnake.blogspot.com/

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6/23/2009 julia b tagged as: I read

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6/2/2009 Diane McDonald tagged as: I read

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5/12/2009 Debbie Williamson tagged as: I recommend

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2/5/2009 Jeannine Kantz said: I may have to read this again...I enjoyed all three thoroughly and keep them just so I can give them to my grandkids to read some day.
tags: I read

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12/23/2008 Ali B said: 1406057
tags: ya, sci-fi, newbery

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12/2/2008 Sara Joiner tagged as: I recommend

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11/30/2008 Stephanie Agnew tagged as: I recommend

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11/11/2008 Katy Lee tagged as: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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10/15/2008 Danielle Brewer said: One of the first books a really cherished - such strong characters.

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9/29/2008 Book Dads said:
A Wrinkle in Time is a well-loved classic of children’s literature that has remained popular throughout several generations. It has the additional distinction of being a Banned Book. But it’s also a wonderful examination of a young girl’s changing relationship with her father, and of how bot... more

tags: time travel, young adult, science fiction, I recommend

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9/25/2008 celia Leary said: I loved this book as a child, and still love it as an adult!
tags: Inspired me, I recommend, I read

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9/15/2008 Shelley HW tagged as: Inspired me, I read

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8/7/2008 Erin B tagged as: Inspired me, I read

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7/29/2008 Mai Phuong Dinh said: I like it

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7/5/2008 Andrea White said: I love Madeleine L'Engle! Her work is very interesting to middle school students!
tags: I recommend

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6/26/2008 Kerry McCaskill tagged as: I recommend, I read

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6/24/2008 Jina Oravetz said: I loved this book! I was excited when they made a movie out of it but of course the book was better! I also got to see it done as a play, which was wonderful.

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5/4/2008 Paula Odabasi said: Still my age-old fave.....

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4/12/2008 Janet O'Connor said:
This title is the first in a series of four amazing novels for young adults. Madeleine L'Engle has provided dynamic language and exciting imagery to encourage students to think beyond the here and now. Not just a work of science fiction, this novel is thought-provoking and reflecting for young men... more

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4/2/2008 Rahma Krambo said: When I first read this many moons ago, it was in a genre all by itself. It has a spiritual quality to it that was unique and I believe it still is. A Wrinkle in Time continues to be one of my all time favorites and Madeleine L'Engle is a major source of inspiration for me in writing.

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3/28/2008 Kelly Sonnack said: One of my all-time favorites, and was a joy to revisit as an adult.

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2/18/2008 Monette Pangan said: I love this book. I read it at least once a year and I make it a point to recommend it even to adults!

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2/6/2008 Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt said: My favorite childhood book

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11/27/2007 Fran Slayton said: One of my all-time favorites. This book changed my life. It altered my understanding of time and love. How cool is that? Madeleine L'Engle has influenced my desire to write more than any other author. If my books can move a child's heart like hers moved mine, then I'll be one happy, happy girl.

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10/16/2007 Stephenie Hovland said: I'm reading this to my class now. Chapter one is a great example of characterization.

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9/26/2007 Lady Mary

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9/21/2007 Leisl Adams said: One of my all time favourite books!

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8/31/2007 Amy Moreno

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8/25/2007 Jen D. Wood

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8/11/2007 Tracy Grand said: A fantastic book... I'm reading it again!

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7/25/2007 Tracy O'Daniel

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