Why “A Wrinkle in Time” is Still a Page-Turner

"A Wrinkle in Time" by Madeleine L'Engle has held its place on bookstore shelves – and in the hearts and minds of young readers -- for generations. Published in 1962, the science fiction book broke gender barriers with its pre-teen female protagonist. This weekend brings a star-studded movie adaptation that is sure to spark renewed interest in L’Engle’s YA classic. To learn why this book has staying power and the impact of its diverse characters on young readers, ideastream's Rick Jackson spoke with local bookseller Harriett Logan.

Guests: 

Harriett Logan- Founder and Owner, Loganberry Books

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