Intergalactic P.S. 3: A Wrinkle in Time Story

Intergalactic P.S. 3: A Wrinkle in Time Story Review

Visit the world of A Wrinkle in Time in this new standalone story!

This standalone chapter book gives young listeners the perfect entry into the world of Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time, and lifelong fans of the Time Quintet will recognize characters and settings from A Wind in the Door, the second book in the beloved series. Thoughtful, adventurous, and unique, Intergalactic P.S. 3 is a stunning story of the power of love to span the universe.

Charles Wallace Murry is old enough to start school, but his sister, Meg, and their friend Calvin know he isn't cut out for school on Earth-Meg worries that he'll be more misunderstood than ever. Luckily, with the help of the three celestial creatures Mrs Whatsit, Mrs Who, and Mrs Which, there is another place where Charles Wallace can get his education: Intergalactic P.S. 3, a public school in a completely different galaxy. The three children travel through time and space to reach the school, but for them all to make it home safely, Meg must undergo a test that will challenge her inner strength, her perspective, and her ability to protect the ones she loves.

Title:Intergalactic P.S. 3: A Wrinkle in Time Story

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  • RA

    I read Intergalactic P.S. 3 the day I got it, and I finished it in one go, which means I’ve been siting on these thoughts for 10 days. So, I’m cringing here, because I really did not like it. Clic...

  • Amber Webb

    Intergalactic P.S. 3 is an introduction to A Wrinkle In Time but for younger readers. It is set up as a quick, easy-to-read chapter book. That being said, I stumbled through the first chapter not sure...

  • Kate

    I have read every Madeleine L'Engle novel and while I like some much better than others I enjoy all of them at least in part. This is not one of my favorite books by her but it is still quite good. He...

  • Marie Valenzuela

    The story takes place shortly after "A Wrinkle in Time," and is the basis for "A Wind in the Door." As a stand alone story, it lacks context for readers unfamiliar with "Wrinkle," and is somewhat disc...