A Year of READING Dangerously — #90 A Wrinkle in Time

Maggie weighed in again, this time with her review of #90 on the list, A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle.

A Wrinkle in Time

I liked the female characters (well most of the characters actually). Meg is a disenfranchised character and I think a lot of people her age can identify with that. She exhibits a feminist perspective of the intellectual female who doesn’t always fit in with her peers. [– Maggie]

Reasons it may have been banned: Not really sure, but maybe for Religious View Point, Occultism, and some Violence?

Maggie recommends this book for readers ages 8 and up.

Madeleine L'Engle

Madeleine L’Engle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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Freelance writer and graphic designer in Northern Baltimore County. As a writer I enjoy both fiction and non fiction (travel and local interest stories.) Most recently my non fiction writing has been featured in Mason-Dixon ARRIVE Magazine. As a graphic designer I focus on cover designs and have done a number of designs for books and magazines. Recently I've entered the e-book cover field. I also enjoy working with community organizations and churches to bring their communications to a higher standard. As an advocate for the ARTS, one of my biggest passions is helping young people find a voice in all the performing arts. To that end it has been my honor to give one on one lessons to middle and high school students in graphic design and music. View all posts by ritalovestowrite

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