Here are some reading suggestions on the subject of literacy as well books written by the subject of our interview, Madeleine L'Engle.

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  • All Joseph Wanted by Deborah Kogan Ray (Illustrator), Ruth Yaffe Radin School & Library Binding, List: $14.00 -- Price: $12.60 -- You Save: $1.40(10%)

  • Becoming Political: Readings and Writing in the Politics of Literacy by Patrick Shannon (Editor) PaperbackList: $23.00 -- Price: $23.00

  • The Book in America: With Images from The Library of Congress by Richard W. Clement Hardcover List: $39.95 -- Price: $35.96 -- You Save: $3.99(10%)

  • A Gentle Madness: Bibliophiles, Bibliomanes, and the Eternal Passion for Books by Nicholas A. Basbanes Obsessive book collecting remains the only hobby to have a disease names after it. This book is an adventure among the afflicted, beginning 2,500 years ago in Alexandria, when a commitment was made to gather all the world's knowledge beneath one roof, and moving on to profiles of living collectors and exclusive examinations of many great contemporary stories. Illustrations. Hardcover, List: $35.00 -- Price: $28.00 -- You Save: $7.00(20%)

  • Getting Reading Right from the Start by Elfrieda H. Hiebert (Editor), Barbara Taylor (Editor) Paperback List: $35.00 -- Price: $35.00

  • Johann Gutenberg: The Man and His Invention by Albert Kapr, Douglas Martin (Translator) Hardcover List: $45.00 -- Price: $45.00

  • Literate America Emerging: Seventeen New Readers Speak Out by Barbara Prete, Gary E. Strong (Editor), Brabara Prete Paperback List: $11.95 -- Price: $11.95

  • The Smithsonian Book of Books by Michael Olmert Accompanied by more than 300 illustrations, most in full color, The Smithsonian Book of Books presents the history, the art, and the influence of books through all ages and cultures. Beginning with the ancient origins of writing, Olmert revisits great works of religion, science, and literature. 338 illustrations, 311 in color. Hardcover List: $49.95 -- Price: $44.96 -- You Save: $4.99(10%)

  • Spiritual Literacy: Reading the Sacred in Everyday Life by Mary Ann Brussat, Frederic Brussat Hardcover List: $27.50 - Price: $24.75 -- You Save: $2.75(10%)

  • Talking the Boundless Book: Art, Language, and the Book Arts by Dick Higgins (Editor), Charles Alexander (Editor)Paperback List: $15.95 -- Price: $14.35 -- You Save: $1.60(10%)

    Books by Madeleine L'Engle

  • An Acceptable Time Madeleine L'Engle The Newbery Award-winning author of "A Wrinkle in Time", writes another story that explores the fluidity of time and the permanence of essential values. Polly O'Keefe's time travels help her understand relationships. Mass Market Paperback List: $4.99 -- Price: $4.49 -- You Save: $0.50(10%)

  • And it Was Good, Reflections on Beginnings Madeleine L'Engle Hardcover List: $14.99 -- Price: $13.49 -- You Save: $1.50(10%)

  • Certain Women Madeleine L'Engle Emma Wheaton has interrupted her successful stage career to attend her eying father, David Wheaton, a legendary actor who is obsessed with an unfinished play about the Old Testament King David written by Emma's estranged husband. As his immense family gathers, the stories of both Davids and their women are simutaneously woven together and unraveled. Hardcover List: $21.00 -- Price: $18.90 -- You Save: $2.10(10%)

  • The Glorious Impossible Madeleine L'Engle With a simple clarity that portrays the life of Christ for young readers, Madeleine L'Engle give eloquent voice to the miracle of God's love. A compellingly written narrative, inspired and illuminated by Giotto's glorious frescoes from the Scrovegni chapel in Padua. Full color throughout, with gold washed edges. Hardcover List: $22.00 -- Price: $19.80 -- You Save: $2.20(10%)

  • Sold into Egypt: Joseph's Journey into Human Being by Madeleine L'Engle Hardcover List: $14.99 -- Price: $13.49 -- You Save: $1.50(10%)

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