Book Analysis Of A Wrinkle In Time

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Timeless

“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars,” says Norman Vincent Peale. Madeleine L’Engle’s inspiring story, A Wrinkle in Time is a science fiction novel about three kids who journey through time, space, and even dark matter to uncover someone they love who mysteriously disappeared one night years ago. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle, is a must read and should be in the Little Free Library because it teaches good lessons and morals to readers, is extremely well written, and will appeal to all ages.
First, this novel teaches lessons and morals to readers such as lessons of family, math and science, and how being different isn’t all bad. In the book Meg Murry did not realize what a great family she had
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This book is timeless and appeals to adults, teens, elementary schoolers, and generations to come. Mrs. McDowell, an Earth Science teacher at Old Donation Schools remarks, “I love A Wrinkle in Time! I still have the copy I had when I was in second grade. It’s one of my favorite books!” Additionally, teens love this book: “I loved it! I usually don't like to read, but this book had a lot of science in it and I love science. It was very intriguing, I couldn’t set it down,” says Old Donation School student, Emily Wu (Resnick). Lastly, elementary schoolers read and love this book. Sarah and Sloane, two Old Donation School second graders say they loved the book and cannot wait until they see the movie. A lot of second graders are fond of science fiction (ODS). People may argue that A Wrinkle in Time is too difficult for elementary schoolers. While that could be valid, students can ask adults to help them understand the novel. Instead of not understanding the math and science, students could learn lots of interesting things from A Wrinkle in Time. Students in Pembroke Meadows Elementary School will love this classic …show more content…
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