Since its publication in 1962, Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time has garnered acclaim from adults and young readers alike. With the recent release of Ava Duvernay's adaptation of the beloved novel, educators and librarians may be looking for resources to engage a new generation of readers with the book. On this official Madeleine L'Engle website (maintained by L'Engle's granddaughter, Charlotte Jones Voiklis) educators will find a collection of curricular resources for teaching the novel, including two study guides (courtesy of McGraw Hill and Dr. Betty Powers, respectively) a unit guide (courtesy of ReadWorks.org), and a lesson plan (created by Peter Royston for Stage Partners). In addition, the website includes a short video of physicist Dave Morgan explaining the existence of tesseracts. While the site includes a few links that are no longer active, all above-described materials are available. Educators are also invited to share additional materials to be added to this collection.