How did attending Ashley Hall shape you as a writer?
Hi Libby --
After years at schools where she was thought to be not quite bright and had a hard time making friends, Madeleine loved Ashley Hall. She was encouraged and supported by her teachers, found friends, and her writing blossomed. She wrote poetry and plays and fiction, and acted in school plays and edited the literary journal as well. An upcoming biography has a couple of chapters on her time at Ashley Hall. Check it out here: https://goo.gl/y2cBHh
hi my name is john conklin, when i was 6 years old in 1962 my kindergarden used to read from your book to uus ech day , i don,t know why i always remembered the title of your book when i was at such an early age' my daughter who is now 6 was with me in an target department stor an few months ago when she was your book, and recognized the title because i had told her about it and promised ii would read it to her if i ever was an copy of it again, it was like reliving it all over again at age 6,, although it has been over 50 years sent,s i heard the story i thought that the end of story was abrupt and diffrent than in the orginal boon published in 1962 book, i do not remember tesserating away from the it of gaint brain with out destroying it , it seemes that the story was shortned or changed ? i enjoyed the book very much, please respond, sincerely johnMadeleine L'Engle responded on 10/04/2017 Next question
I am not a juvenile but I am interested in reading all of Madeleine L'Engle's books....hope that makes sense!!!!..........email@example.comMadeleine L'Engle responded on 12/10/2017