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Kimberly posts on 1/24/2010 2:30:03 PM
i loved a wrinkle in time, a wind in the door,and i hated a swiftly tilting planet. im a 6th grader and i want to know if many waters is worth reading.
martinous posts on 8/3/2007 10:53:26 AM
the book was a fake harry potter and i didnt like it cause pur grade had to read it and the notes are not on sparknotes!
Marshala Patterson posts on 4/14/2007 12:24:46 AM
this is the best book i've ever read i recomend this book to anyone who loves fantasy.
beth posts on 4/12/2007 9:46:17 PM
I am trying to find out any or all references for the title of A Wind in the Door, allusions, or meaning behind the title.
lemony fan** posts on 10/12/2005 5:02:16 PM
manda your so right people really need to read and listen to that! read lemony snicket
Amy Nicholson posts on 10/12/2005 2:10:26 PM
Having read and re-read A Wrinkle In Time, A Wind at the Door, and Swiftly Tilting Planet as a teen, I am just now discovering (in my 30's, but what is time?) the Austin series. I never knew that you were writing new books throughout the 1980's -- your books are so "radically old-fashioned" as some of your characters would say. I wish I'd looked further than my jr. high library! But now I have the pleasures of many more wise and wonderful stories from your pen (I have a feeling you still prefer to write rather than type, mostly?) and the honor of introducing my own teens to your work. And as an adult and a writer, (in a small scribbly way), I find the riches of your pen even richer than I was able to receive in my teens. That's what happens when you write so truly. Thank you for your generosity to your readers, which can only reflect a life generously lived.
Manda posts on 10/3/2005 5:57:08 PM
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Vanna E. posts on 5/18/2005 8:03:03 PM
ohh my gosh, im a sixth grader..and wen i read ur bewk, i was just amazed how a person just wrote a bewk like that! ur bewks r wonderful tew read. and uve writen back tew one of the teachers at my skewl...(Mrs. Susie Goldberg) thanx for writing these bewks!
John Bertoncini posts on 5/10/2005 11:35:32 AM
I liked your book and i hope you come out with a new one soon. I thought that it was a very exiting book and i like how you described the dragons. I thought that it was sad that the boy got beet up because he saw dragons. I wanted to cry, not really but i did like your book.
Kathy Ngo posts on 4/1/2005 3:37:34 PM
HI Madeleine I am just 10years old and I love your books!Can you send me some pictures of you I have a project and I need your picture so I have one thing...HOW DO YOU MAKE SUCH GOOD STORIES!?!?!?!?!
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