Re: McKinley: katherine, clive, and others?

From: Shannon Terry <>
Date: Sun Mar 04 2001 - 14:54:24 PST

L'Engle's series A Wind in the Door, A Wrinkle in Time, A Swiftly Tilting
Planet, and Many Waters, deal somewhat with those themes, although Many
Waters is the strongest, since the twins travel back in time and meet Noah
and his family. I didn't get your first message, so I hope that is what you
were asking....

On Sun, 4 Mar 2001 13:02:26 -0800 (PST), wrote:

> hello again! to add to that other message i just sent about madeleine
l'engle: does anyone know of any authors of young adult fiction who include
ideas about god(christian or otherwise) in their novels? of course there's
c.s. lewis, but does kathering paterson have any books with god-themes
besides _jacob have i loved_? and, as i asked in my last message, does
madeleine l'engle? thanks! take care, cameron
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