Little Men

Young Adult

Author: Louisa May Alcott

‘We always allow one pillow-fight Saturday night’,,Did you ever wonder what happened to Jo March from Little Women? She grew up, of course, and followed her dream to become a writer. In addition, she opened a school, home to her two children and twelve other boys. There’s accident-prone Tommy, bookish Demi, and greedy Stuffy. Into this large, unusual family arrives Nat – a s….Read More

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