A Wrinkle in Time

This is Meg...

Meg is a very nice girl. Meg represents a hammer, I think so because Meg is very tough. Meg is the sister of a boy named Charles Wallace. Meg has to face so many troubles along the way including "IT", The Red Eyed Man, and The Two Dimensional planet. "In all the one of who you are now. In glory of everything you are becoming.In all that you feel, you feel, you have something that the Black thing does not."

The Mrs Whatsit.

Mrs. Whatsit is one of the three ladies who help Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin travel through time to fight the Dark Thing and rescue Meg's father. At the beginning of the book, so steals sheets from a townsperson which causes some to believe her to be a tramp. She, however, is a clumsy and, often silly, lady who befriends Charles Wallace and offers moments of comic relief on their journey.

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Mrs. Who

Mrs. Who is one of the three ladies that help Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin travel through space and time during their quest. She has the idiosyncratic habit of quoting lines from famous literature and philosophy in order to shed light on perplexing moral and ethical dilemmas that the children face on their journey.
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Mrs. Which

Mrs. Which is one of the three ladies who help Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin travel through time and space in order to fight the Dark Thing and rescue Meg's father. Mrs. Which is the oldest of the three ladies (being many hundreds of millions of years old) and also their leader. She has the particular talent of wrinkling time and space in order to let the children travel great amounts of distance to far planets. She very often does not materialize as an actual person but remains a presence that the children can hear and feel.
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Heather S. Brown

Hi my name is Heather. I decided to create this newsletter because I want to share with the readers how good "A Wrinkle in Time" is. I really like A wrinkle in Time because it had a lot of turning points in it, and when I'm reading the book it makes me feel like I can actually see what i'm reading. I really recommend this book to all readers.