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The W - Print - RIP Madeleine L'Engle
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According to CNN, (cnn.com) the author of several award winning books for children passed away this Thursday of natural causes.

I distinctly remember the first time I read A Wrinkle in Time and how interesting and challenging I found it to be at that age. Having recently reread the whole series because my two older kids wanted to read them, I was amazed at how well the books held up some 30 years after I first read them.

RIP Ms. L'Engle.

Tim



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I've only read the first two books in the series, but she had a fantastic way of writing that managed to be accessible without being dumb.
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As an adolescent, the books in the Time series were among my favorites. It's hard to find books that are as well written and challenging for young people as those books. RIP.



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