Madeleine L’Engle (1918-2007) was an American author of young adult fiction, Christian fiction, science fiction, poetry and non-fiction. She is the author of the Time Quintet and Austin Family series. She started writing when she was eight years old, keeping a journal. Because she was shy, clumsy as a child, she was considered to be stupid by her teachers, causing her to spend more time reading and writing. After a career that was not going well financially, L’Engle was strongly considering retiring from writing on her 40th birthday, but soon came up with the idea for what would become her best-known work, A Wrinkle in Time. The young adult novel won the Newbery Award.
Madeleine L’Engle’s first novel was The Small Rain, published in 1945. She would continue writing until her death in 2007; her final original work being the non-fiction book The Joys of Love. Below is a list of Madeleine L’Engle’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Vigneras Books
Publication Order of Camilla Dickinson Books
Publication Order of Austin Family Books
Chronological Order of Austin Family Books
When reading this series in chronological order, Troubling a Star and The Anti-Muffins are reversed.
Publication Order of Time Quintet Books
Publication Order of Time Quintet Graphic Novels
|A Wrinkle in Time||(2012)|
Publication Order of O’Keefe Family Books
Publication Order of Crosswicks Journal Books
Publication Order of Genesis Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Standalone Plays
|The Journey with Jonah||(1967)|
Publication Order of Picture Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The novel Camilla Dickinson was also published as Camilla. WinterSong and Friends for the Journey were co-authored with Luci Shaw. Trailing Clouds of Glory was co-authored by Avery Brooke. Mothers & Sons and Mothers & Daughters were co-authored by Maria Rooney. Glimpses of Grace and Madeleine L’Engle Herself were co-authored by Carole F. Chase.
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Madeleine L’Engle Synopsis: In Camilla by Madeleine L’Engle, Camilla Dickinson is a 15 year-old who has had an easy life, but now her parents are starting to act strange towards eachother and fighting over her. Camilla is caught between the two. She soon meets her best friend’s brother, Frank, who lets her know she’s not alone.
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Glimpses of Grace: Daily Thoughts and Reflections4.15 · Rating details · 490 Ratings · 27 Reviews
For half a century, Madeleine L'Engle has spun magic with words, touching millions of lives and earning a devoted readership with her award-winning fiction, candid reflections on her personal and family life and graceful meditations on faith. Now, Glimpses of Grace captures the essence of L'Engle's literary gift in one unprecedented volume.Ranging freely throughout L'EngleFor half a century, Madeleine L'Engle has spun magic with words, touching millions of lives and earning a devoted readership with her award-winning fiction, candid reflections on her personal and family life and graceful meditations on faith. Now, Glimpses of Grace captures the essence of L'Engle's literary gift in one unprecedented volume.Ranging freely throughout L'Engle's remarkable lifework of more than 40 volumes of fiction and nonfiction, adventure stories, family dramas, autobiography and religious commentary, editor Carole P. Chase has collected evocative passages and arranged them as daily readings that offer illuminating bits of wisdom, provocative insight, and, above all, engaging and intelligent daily inspiration. With enduring power and resonance, each of these 366 rich selections speaks to the simple joys and sorrows of daily life and the deepest questions of the human heart and spirit, while reflecting the exhilarating artistry of one of the most spiritually alive and articulate storytellers of this century....more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published December 29th 1997 by HarperOne (first published June 1st 1996)