SATURDAY MORNINGS FOR KIDS (And Others)

This is a reblog from my friend, Rae’s blog. She and I share a number of interests including a love for the writing of Madeleine L’Engle. I hope you enjoy her blog post as much as I did!

Hugs,
Tambra

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Just as Saturday mornings on TV in the 50s and 60s was dedicated to kids, Saturday mornings on this blog are dedicated to them.

Book 1 of the Wallace Family Series finds Meg a gawky twelve year old and Charles Wallace a 6 year old prodigy.

Book two finds Charles Wallace about Meg’s age in the previous book.

Book three finds Meg married (to Calvin) and expecting their first child and Charles Wallace a teenager.

For years, I thought this was it, The Wallace Family trilogy. I read A Wrinkle in Time to my sixth graders every year during the 80s as I discovered it with them. Later, I read A Wind in the Door and reread it recently. I do not think I ever read A Swiftly Tilting Planet until now, as I began my Madeline L’Engle “project”–to read as much by and about her as I could. The…

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