A Wind in the DoorBook - 1973
It is November. When Meg comes home from school, Charles Wallace tells her he saw dragons in the twin's vegetable garden. That night Meg, Calvin and C.W. go to the vegetable garden to meet the Teacher (Blajeny) who explains that what they are seeing isn't a dragon at all, but a cherubim named Proginoskes. It turns out that C.W. is ill and that Blajeny and Proginoskes are there to make him well - by making him well, they will keep the balance of the universe in check and save it from theevil Echthros.
Meg, Calvin and Mr. Jenkins (grade school principal) must travel inside C.W. to have this battle and save Charles' life as well as the balance of the universe.
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When we seek our own pleasure as the ultimate good we place ourselves at the center of the universe. A fara or a man or a star has his place in the universe, but nothing created is the center.
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Charles Wallace's farandolae are dying, so Meg, Calvin, Mr. Jenkins, a cherubim named Proginoskes, and a mysterious, dark, tall man named Blajeny set off to stop the Echthroi from Xing the universe. First Meg has to Name the real Mr. Jenkins, because two Echthroi imposters are trying to X Meg or something? Then the group travel into Charles Wallace, to a mitochondrion named Yadah, where a bunch of farandolae are trying to Deepen to become farae, but the Echthroi are trying to stop them by telling them to dance around, which would result in Charles Wallace dying. Luckily Meg convinces this one farandola named Sporos to stop their weird dancing and start Deepening. She hugs the Echthroi, Progo Xes himself, and all of a sudden Meg and Calvin are back in Charles Wallace's room, and everything is okay. Yes, it was weird.
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