Madeleine L'Engle

My favorite author ever is Madeleine L'Engle so I

decided to make a web page all about her, her books, and frequently asked Questions. So here it is. I hope you like it.



Madeleine was born in New York on November 29, 1918.

Her father was Charles Wadsworth Camp.

He worked as a writer. Her mother Madeleine Hall Barnett Camp was a pianist. She Graduated from Smith in 1941.

And started writing.




Madeleine L'Engle has written 63 books that I know of and I have read 3 of them. Here are is list of books that I know of:

A Wrinkle in Time

A Wind in the Door

Swiftly Tilting Planet

Many Waters

An Acceptable Time

A House Like a Lotus

Dragons in the Water

A Severed Wasp

And It Was Good

Trailing Clouds of Glory

Dare To Be Creative!

Separation from the Stars

A Stone for a Pillow

A Cry Like a Bell

Two-part Invention

Sold Into Egypt

The Glorious Impossible

Certain Woman

The Rock That is Higher

Anytime Prayers

Troubling a Star

Penguins and Golden Calves

A Live Coal in the Sea

Winter Song

The Moon by Night

The Twenty-four Days before Christmas

The Arm of the Starfish

Love Letters

The Journey with Jonah

The Young Unicorns

Dance in the Desert

Lines Scribbled On an Envelope

On the Other Side of the Sun

A Circle of Quiet

Prayer for Sunday

Everyday Prayers

The summer of the Great - Grandmother

Spirit and Light

The Irrational Season

The Weather of the Heart

Ladder of Angels

A Ring of Endless Light

Walking on Water

The Anti-Muffins

18 Washington Square, South

The Small Rain


And Both Were Young

Camilla Dickinson

A Winter's Love

Meet the Austin's

Glimpses of Grace

Mothers and Daughters

Friends for the Journey

Bright Evening Star

Miracle on 10th Street & Other Christmas Writing

Mothers and Sons

A Prayer Book for Spiritual Friends

A Full House

The Other Dog

The Genesis Trilogy

Madeleine L'Engle, Herself

The Eyes Begin to See


Book Review

My book review is The Wind in the Door.

In this book Meg and Calvin go inside on of Charles Wallace mitochondria, accompanied by a farandola, a cherubim and school principal Mr. Jenkins, to save Charles from the echtroi. I recromend it to read if you have a good imagination and wish a lot.





1.What’s your favorite book? A Wrinkle in Time.

2.Where do you get ideas from? Whatch people and see what happens.

3.Are your characters real people? Yes many books do you have? 63 I think. you like having lots of fans? Yes the fans are ereything.



BY: Rachel



I hope you liked it!!!!!!!