A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle (5/13)

Although this is a children’s book, it tells a story that offers lessons applicable to people of all ages. When three misfit children embark on a planetary journey to find the protagonist’s father, they encounter Camazotz, a dystopian planet where everyone is required to be and act exactly the same. It is here that the characters discover the importance of being their unique selves and loving one another for who they are. As a misfit child myself, this book taught me to accept myself for who I was rather than compromise my values to fit in.

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Contributor: Emily Cutler from Cognitive Liberty Coaching and Consulting

Written by Taegan Lion

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