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  • Maddi Kannel

    little women - louisa may alcott, one of my absolute favorite books

  • Nashua Public Library Teen Services

    In picturesque nineteenth-century New England, tomboyish Jo, beautiful Meg, fragile Beth, and romantic Amy come of age while their father is off to war.

  • Kathi Mccane

    Little Women - My favorite childhood book

  • Nina Rodrigues

    "I’ll try and be what he loves to call me, “a little woman,” and not be rough and wild; but do my duty here instead of wanting to be somewhere else."

  • Kenzie Belfiori

    Little Women, this is a classic and a book worth reading.

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Little Women I named my oldest daughter "Laurie" after the kind boy next door to the March family in this book.

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  • Lori Hale Williams

    i agree, loved loved loved this book. my MIL is from Jackson and reports that they are filming the movie there now

  • rebecki

    Oh I can't wait to see that!!

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.

read this in 2nd grade, and was so engrossed one morning before school i neglected to notice that everyone else was standing for the pledge of allegiance. it was my first tremendously embarrassing moment, and all for love of a book

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.