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A Wind in the Door PDF book (Time Quintet) (Time Quintet Series) Read Online or Free Download in ePUB, PDF or MOBI eBooks. Published in January 1st 1973 the book become immediate popular and critical acclaim in fantasy, young adult books.

The main characters of A Wind in the Door novel are Meg Murry, Charles Wallace Murry. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.

One of the Best Works of Madeleine L'Engle. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 247 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.

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Author: Madeleine L'Engle
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: A Wind in the Door
Number Of Pages: 247 pages
First Published in: January 1st 1973
Latest Edition: May 2007
Series: Time Quintet #2
Language: English
Generes: Fantasy, Young Adult, Fiction, Science Fiction, Childrens, Classics, Childrens, Middle Grade, Science Fiction Fantasy, Adventure, Audiobook,
Main Characters: Meg Murry, Charles Wallace Murry, Calvin O'Keefe, Echthroi, Mrs. Murry
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1. Charles Wallace’s Dragons

“There are dragons in the twins’ vegetable garden.”

Meg Murry took her head out of the refrigerator where she had been foraging for an after-school snack, and looked at her six-year-old brother. “What?”

“There are dragons in the twins’ vegetable garden. Or there were. They’ve moved to the north pasture now.”

Meg, not replying—it did not do to answer Charles Wallace too quickly when he said something odd—returned to the refrigerator. “I suppose I’ll have lettuce and tomato as usual. I was looking for something new and different and exciting.”

“Meg, did you hear me?”

“Yes, I heard you. I think I’ll have liverwurst and cream cheese.” She took her sandwich materials and a bottle of milk and set them out on the kitchen table. Charles Wallace waited patiently. She looked at him, scowling with an anxiety she did not like to admit to herself, at the fresh rips in the knees of his blue jeans, the streaks of dirt grained deep in his shirt, a darkening bruise on the cheekbone under his left eye. “Okay, did the big boys jump you in the schoolyard this time, or when you got off the bus?”

“Meg, you aren’t listening to me.”

“I happen to care that you’ve been in school for two months now and not a single week has gone by that you haven’t been roughed up. If you’ve been talking about dragons in the garden or wherever they are, I suppose that explains it.”

“I haven’t. Don’t underestimate me. I didn’t see them till I got home.”

Whenever Meg was deeply worried she got angry. Now she scowled at her sandwich. “I wish Mother’d get the spreadable kind of cream cheese. This stuff keeps going right through the bread. Where is she?”

“In the lab, doing an experiment. She said to tell you she wouldn’t be long.”

“Where’s Father?”

“He got a call from L.A., and he’s gone to Washington for a couple of days.”

Like the dragons in the garden, their father’s visits to the White House were something best

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