Louisa May Alcott
“I could never love anyone as I love my sisters.”
– Jo March
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Children’s Literature, Family Saga
Friendship, Morality, Coming of Age, Duty, Women’s Rights, Ambition
8 years +
In a little cottage home, four sisters dwell. All united by their deep affection for their mother and hopes to please their father, the little pilgrims set off on an everyday adventure to become the best possible versions of themselves.
In this extraordinary ordinary tale of feminine home life, Meg falls in love, Jo finds her confidence as a writer, Beth grows in humble contentment and Amy, the baby of the family, relishes the beauty in the world around her while trying her best to overcome her selfishness.
This is a wholesome coming-of-age story about four little women growing up, the mother who raised them, and the friendships and struggles they faced along the way.
The poor Hummel family suffers the loss of their infant baby from scarlet fever.
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