Little Women

Little Women is a heartwarming book about four sisters whose Father Mr. March, is a chaplain for the Union during the Civil War.  Watch Meg who is a governess to help support the family, hates poverty and wishes they were rich grow up into a content and happy wife of none too rich Mr. Brooke.  Laugh with Jo as she basks in her literary success, wishes her cranky great aunt March that she waits on would stop calling her Josephine, and wishes people wouldn’t raise their eyebrows because she likes boys ways best.  Meet Beth who is quiet and shy and helps Hannah there servant keep the house neat.  Say hello to Amy who at first is selfish and rather vain but grows up to be a pretty and accomplished young lady.  Nod your head to Theodore Laurence (otherwise known as Laurie or Teddy) whose is a very good friend and neighbor of the March’s who is high-spirited and full of mischief.  Last but not least greet Mrs. March Mother of her four girls and Laurie also who has no Mother except for her. 

Miriam J.

Little Women

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