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|Publication Date||Edition||Publisher||Physical Description||Availability|
|2017.||Square Fish, Farrar Straus Giroux||232 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm|| |
Avondale Elementary School - YOUTH
Beulah Satellite - YOUTH
Pueblo West Branch - YOUTH
|2007.||1st Square Fish edition.||Square Fish||245 pages : genealogical table, portrait ; 20 cm|| |
|1973, c1962||Bantam Doubleday Dell Books for Young Readers||211 p. ; 20 cm.|| |
Past and present collide in this heartfelt novel of love and loss from the National Book Award–winning author of A Wrinkle in Time.
After the tragic death of her son and the seeming collapse of her marriage, Charlotte Napier flees to Portugal in the hopes of finding guidance from her mentor: her mother-in-law, Violet. Instead, she finds solace in the letters of Mariana Alcoforado, a seventeenth-century nun.
A young British bride is caught up in her new family's complicated history in this atmospheric novel set in the American South after the Civil War.
When nineteen-year-old Stella marries Theron Renier, she has no idea what kind of clan she's joined. Soon after their arrival at Illyria, the Reniers' rambling beachside home, Theron is sent on a diplomatic mission, leaving Stella alone with his family.
As she tries to settle
Long out of print, the second novel by the bestselling author of A Wrinkle in Time looks at the darker side of love in a Southern town.
From the moment Henry Porcher first sees Ilsa Brandes, he worships her. Despite controversy surrounding the young girl, Henry is drawn to her, a fascination that turns into a lifelong infatuation.
As the years pass, Ilsa's memory never leaves him, not until the day he returns to
The bestselling author of A Wrinkle in Time contemplates the true meaning of faith in the third installment of her series of memoirs.
Upon her death, the New York Times hailed Madeleine L'Engle as "an author whose childhood fables, religious meditations and fanciful science fiction transcended both genre and generation." L'Engle has long captivated and provoked readers by exploring the intersection of science and religion
A poignant meditation on the bonds between mothers and daughters—and the inescapable effects of time—from the author of A Wrinkle in Time.
In the second memoir of her Crosswicks Journals, Madeleine L'Engle chronicles a season of extremes. Four generations of family have gathered at Crosswicks, her Connecticut farmhouse, to care for L'Engle's ninety-year-old mother. As summer days fade to sleepless nights, her mother's
The beloved author of A Wrinkle in Time takes an introspective look at her life and muses on creativity in this memoir, the first of her Crosswicks Journals.
Every so often I need OUT. . . . My special place is a small brook in a green glade, a circle of quiet from which there is no visible sign of human beings. . . . I sit there, dangling my legs and looking through the foliage at the sky reflected in the water, and things