Beginning with the Newbery Award-winning A Wrinkle in Time, L'Engle wrote an entire series of groundbreaking science fiction/fantasy tales for young people based on the Murry family. All five have now been collected into one boxed set. Why not place them on your nightstand for bedtime reading? 1510 pages total, five softcovers. Square Fish.
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Customer Reviews for The Wrinkle In Time Quintet Box Set
Review 1 for The Wrinkle In Time Quintet Box Set
Date:December 11, 2009
Ruth Hill Rightmire
A Wrinkle in Time is one of my favorite books. For several years I read it to my fifth grade students in a secular school - a chapter a day after lunch break. They would beg me to keep reading! At the end, they would be able to understand God's love. I did not know that there were more books in a series. Now that I am retired, I will buy them to read to my grandchildren!
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Review 2 for The Wrinkle In Time Quintet Box Set
Date:January 24, 2009
These books are pretty good. But I would not get them if you are a new Christian, because these don't exactly support Christianity.Other than that these books are pretty good. I recommend readers ages 13-18, no younger, in the fourth book there is a mention of sex, no more, but nobody younger than 12 should read these. I am 13, and I think they are pretty good, and I am saving up for the books about the Austin family.