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4.7 14
Kids Fiction 3496
Well Deserving of Its Classic Status
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Reader reviewed by Stephanie

The four March sisterswarm and fashionable Meg, literary and tomboyish Jo, frail and angelic Beth, and lovely but vain Amylive in Civil War New England. With their father off to war, they grow and learn to be better women under the ever-patient guide of their mothers hand. Lessons in humility, romance, friendship, loss, and joy occur to the March sisters in a variety of scenarios which have been pleasingly narrated for us by the character-writer Alcott. Never dull, and full of important morals and fun, it is no wonder that LITTLE WOMEN remains a beloved classic over a century after it was first published.
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