Anne Lamott talks about A Wrinkle in Time in The NYT

November 24, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

Did you see this? In the “By the Book” series in the Book section of the New York Times, Anne Lamott had this to say:


“A Wrinkle in Time” saved me because it so captured the grief and sense of isolation I felt as a child. I was 8 years old when it came out, in third grade, and I believed in it — in the plot, the people and the emotional truth of their experience. This place was never a good match for me, but the book greatly diminished my sense of isolation as great books have done ever since. I must have read it a dozen times.

Vote for A Wrinkle in Time!

November 19, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

First Book provides great books to children from low-income families, and they’ve given away a lot of books in the past twenty years. In fact, they’re about to distribute their 100 millionth book, and they want YOU to help choose what it should be. There are 10 books to choose from, and A Wrinkle in Time is one of them. Please vote!

Save the date! And make sure you are on the mailing list!

November 15, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

November 29th is Madeleine’s birthday. This year on that day, The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine will be dedicated as Literary Landmark to recognize the church’s connection with Madeleine, who served as the Cathedral librarian for more than 40 years. The event, which is open to the public, is scheduled for 4 p.m. in the Cathedral, followed by Evensong and a reception.

The Literary Landmarks is a program of United for Libraries (formerly Friends of Libraries USA). Other landmarks in New York City include the Algonquin Hotel, The Little Red Lighthouse and Pete’s Tavern.

More details to come! Sign up for our mailing list to receive news about books, events, and special content here.

Graphic Novel available October 2, 2012

September 10, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

The much-anticipated graphic novel adaptation by Hope Larson will be available starting October 2, 2012! Check out the trailer.

A Wrinkle in Time Audio gets a shout out on NPR

June 11, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

Road trip? Listen to this from NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday on best audio books. Yup, one of them is a new production of A Wrinkle in Time by Hope Davis. Our own recommendations for car trips: Radio Lab and Stuff to Blow Your Mind.

Camilla Dickinson to make its festival premiere at the Seattle Film Festival

May 4, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

At last! On the big screen! Camilla Dickinson is premiering at the Seattle Film Festival on May 20th. You can buy tickets here, and read about the film here.

Camilla Movie

March 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

Will A Wrinkle in Time make it to the big screen? Possibly. Camilla, though, is almost there! Check out this article in Christianity Today on the making of Camilla, the movie, by Madeleine’s god-daughter, filmmaker Cornelia Moore.

Here’s the NPR piece

March 6, 2012 | 1 Comment

This story ran yesterday on most public radio stations. Enjoy!

“Imagine, for a moment, that you’re a publisher hearing a pitch about a children’s book whose tangled plot braids together quantum physics, fractions and megaparsecs (a measure for distances in intergalactic space). The book also casually tosses out phrases in French, Italian, German and ancient Greek. Sound like the next kids’ best-seller to you?”

Tune in to National Public Radio’s All Things Considered on March 5

March 4, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

National Public Radio’s All Things Considered will be running a segment on the 50th Anniversary of A Wrinkle in Time on Monday, March 5th! Please listen (and we’ll post the link/audio file when available). They interviewed Madeleine’s granddaughter Charlotte, as well as When You Reach Me author Rebecca Stead.

Janice Voss, Space Shuttle Astronaut

February 10, 2012 | None Yet - Post a Comment

According to the NYT: Janice Voss, a space shuttle astronaut and scientist who explored the behavior of fire in weightlessness, how plants adapt to extraterrestrial flight and an array of other phenomena while logging nearly 19 million miles circling Earth, died on Monday at a hospital in Scottsdale, Ariz. She was 55 and lived in Houston.

She read A Wrinkle in Time as a child, and it inspired her to become an astronaut. She even took a copy with her on the space shuttle.