A Wrinkle in Time

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'''''wikipediaA Wrinkle in Time'''''  is a children's fantasy novel, written by wikipediaMadeleine L'Engle'Engle, and first published in 1962. The book has also been the recipient of numerous book awards. The story is about two children, accompanied by a friend, who search through space and time for their father. It involves an evil (known as '''''The Black Thing''''') that is expanding through the universe, wikipediaTesseracts and multiple dimensions, culminating in a happy ending (kinda). 

The character of Charles Wallace is a psychic child.

Similar to '''''Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret''''' and '''''The Outsiders''''',  the book is listed on the wikipediaAmerican Library Association's most frequently challenged books, due to the references to liberal Christianity and religion. 

==In ''Lost''== 
*This is one of the novels that Sawyer reads on the Island. He read the 1976 commemorative edition by ''Bantam Doubleday Dell Books for Young Readers'' (cover art by Cliff Nielsen). {{crossref}}

*Later, in his flash-sideways episode {{ep}} this book is seen on his dresser in a pile with two other books.

*Number 108 on the lighthouse wheel is Wallace, the one that Jacob hints as coming to the island.

==See also==
* Appearances of literary works
* Religion and ideologies - regarding other shared themes

==External links==
* http//disneyvideos.disney.go.com/moviefinder/products/2918503.html Made into a 2004 Disney TV movie 


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