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Wednesday, March 15, 2006



Oh L'Engle, and particularly those books, are on my list of Top Ten reads. I think she was pretty radical as a children's author in that she didn't shy away from difficult, mature thoughts and themes. In fact, I guess she had a dickens of a time getting "Wrinkle" published for that very reason.

But it's true, and people forget sometimes, that fiction isn't just fluff, but that it throws out things to make us think, to ponder who we are and how we might matter.

Hope the reads have helped pull you up. I'm kind of in that same place these days myself.

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