To celebrate the 50th anniversary of A Wrinkle in Time, me and 49 other web people are taking part in 50 days of 50 blogs. I love books.
If you went to school in the U.S., chances are you’ve read, or at least heard of A Wrinkle in Time. I actually didn’t read this in school because I was in the remedial reading program and this was for “advanced” kids. Advanced my ass, take that, nerds. Yes, it is difficult to share this information with all of you, but I felt it necessary. Regardless of my learning development, it is a great book that all kids (and adults, whatup) should read. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the work and even now, it’s an entertaining read. Of course, when considering Textbook and A Wrinkle in Time, Mrs Whatsit, Mrs Who and Mrs Which come to mind. They’re what I would call, intergalactic spinsters. One is 2,000,000,000 years old (but she looks GREAT), another is a multilingual bibliophile and one of them is actually just an all knowing shining beacon of light. The three beings help the protagonists as they travel through the universe using a method of travel called tesseract. I’m not gonna give away the farm here, but I plan on using this method of travel frequently, joke’s on you, MTA.
1. Mrs Whatsit just turned into a Centaur? Yes.
Dress by Anne Demeulemeester, shoes by Alexander McQueen
2. Mrs Which is mad shiny
Skirt and top by Christopher Kane, shoes by Alexander McQueen
3. Mrs Who, queen of the spinsters
Dress by Rodarte, boots by Ashish, flowers by MOTHER EARTH
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