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Vintage books, perfect to put on display at your home library, the shelves of the living room, or on the coffee table.
Little Women I named my oldest daughter "Laurie" after the kind boy next door to the March family in this book.
This is a classic story of sisterly love, compassion and goodness. It was also one of the first novels that I read to myself as a little girl.
I remember reading this when I was young enough that I still called my mother "Mommy" and asked if I could change it to "Marmy". I also remember being traumatized when Amy burned Jo's manuscript in the fireplace. That part still gives me nightmares. LKR
Little Women (1994) Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel comes to life in this sensitive, soulful adaptation. Four sisters and their mother battle life's vicissitudes in Civil War-era America after their father leaves to join the conflict.