Little Vampire Women

"Christmas wont be Christmas without any corpses." The dear, sweet March sisters are back, and Marmee has told them to be good little women. Good little vampire women, that is....

A Christmas Dream

Two wonderful holiday stories that evoke the true meaning of the season.A Christmas Dream, and How it Came True Ten-year-old Effie lives the life most children dream of—with...

Little Men By Louisa May Alcott

If you've read and loved Little Women, you'd probably enjoy finding out more about the doings of the sisters in the third book in the series, Little Men.Published in 1871, the...

Jo's Boys By Louisa May Alcott

Jos Boys is the third book in the Little Women trilogy by Louisa May Alcott, published in 1886. In it, Jos children, now grown, are caught up in real world troubles. All three...

Eight Cousins By Louisa May Alcott

This is the story of Rose Campbell, a rich but lonely and sickly girl who has been recently orphaned and sent to live with her maiden aunts. When Roses guardian, Uncle Alec,...

Little Men by ALCOTT, Louisa May

Little Men (published 1871) is considered the second book of the Little Women trilogy written by Louisa May Alcott. (The book Good Wives (1869) was originally the sequel to the...

Little Women by ALCOTT, Louisa May

Little Women is the classic story of The March family, which consists of Mr. and Mrs. March and their four girls--Practical, yet fashion conscious Meg, who longs for the nice...

Good Wives By Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcotts overwhelming success dated from the appearance of the first part of Little Women: or Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, (1868) a semi-autobiographical account of her...

Little Women By Louisa May Alcott

Set in nineteenth century New England, Little Women follows the lives of the four March sisters-Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. The novel is a classic rites of passage story, that has...

Spinning-Wheel Stories by ALCOTT, Louisa May

A group of stories-within-a-story, told in the classic Louisa May Alcott style. Ive a little cold, said the old lady, and am too hoarse for talking, my dears; but Aunt Elinor has...

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