An Apple Books Classic edition.
Meet the Marches! Louisa May Alcott’s classic introduces us to four unforgettable sisters: beautiful Meg, tomboyish Jo, delicate Beth, and Amy, the indulged youngest of the lot. With their father serving as a Union chaplain, the Marches help their devoted mother, Marmee, make ends meet as their fortunes dwindle. The book starts with the family performing a small act of kindness for a family even less fortunate than they are and expands from there, drawing us in as the March girls grow up-and experience joy, hardship, failure, heartbreak, success, and love.
Alcott’s novel draws from her own life story. She herself was one of four sisters who all struck out on different paths. Open the pages of >Little Women and fall into a world of innocence and generosity-one that you’ll want to return to again and again.
Of course, I’m okay for this.35
A wonderful story of three sisters growing up and all of their challenges and tribulations.55
I was so surprised I liked this book so much because the verbiage was difficult at times. But that is what. The book so amazing!45
This classic is well worth the little time and effort needed to appreciate its timeless value. A relatively small cast of characters and straightforward plot lines make for easy but enjoyable reading.55
Wonderful story. Many misspellings.35
Never would I’ve thought I’d enjoy a book about domestic experience as much as I enjoyed little women. This book carries so much warmth that i miss in lots of other books. Even though a little bit long, I never wanted it to end! Got a bit too attached to the characters, and their development throughout the course of the novel was splendid.45
A wonderful book about sister hood and growing up.55
The book was beautiful and takes you to more simpler times.55
A very down to earth and spiritual book. I really enjoyed reading it.55