Fantasy and Science Fiction for Children and Teens
When three children meet three strange women and are suddenly cast off through space looking for their father, what will they do? Save him, of course. The journey through space will be hard, especially when they have to battle the black thing, IT.
Pure excitement. This book is thrilling to the core. You won't be able to put it down.
I don't remember exactly when I first read A Wrinkle in Time as a child, but I remember that it had quite an impact on me. I'd never read anything quite like it before. The young protagonist, Meg, who seemed so much like me, the fascinating characters, such as Mrs. Who, Mrs. Whatsit, and Mrs. Which, and the journey through time and space to battle a terrifying evil, all captured my heart.
I was thrilled to have a chance to revisit a special book from my childhood. I wasn't disappointed. The story itself is just as captivating as I remembered it and the message, about battling the forces that threaten our free choice and individuality, resonates just as much today as it did then, if not more so.
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