The wonderful Austin family stories by Madeleine L'Engle are being reissued in what look like lovely (and affordable) paperback editions by Square Fish, an imprint of Macmillan. You can see the cover of the first one at the publisher's website here. They're calling the books the "Austin Family Chronicles" and assigning each a volume number. Volume 1, Meet the Austins, has an availability date of September 2 on Amazon; Moon by Night (volume 2) and The Young Unicorns (volume 3) can both be pre-ordered. I'm assuming they will bring out A Ring of Endless Light as volume 4. Perhaps they'll even extend it on to a volume 5 with Troubling a Star.
These lovely books are some of the best stories L'Engle penned for young people and would make great gifts for any voracious 12 and up readers you may know. The first book actually can work for even younger readers (and I suspect would be a terrific read-aloud for even younger listeners). There are also three shorter Austin family stories that have appeared as very long picture books. Two are set at Christmas time. A Full House just came out in that format several years ago. The Twenty-four Days Before Christmas is one of our favorite family Christmas books. The Anti-Muffins is another great one, a very long short story published in a picture book format. I wonder if that one's still in print? I used to get together with a group of women friends in my college dorm, now oh so many years ago, and we briefly called ourselves the Anti-Muffins, inspired by this story!