Baker & Taylor Complemented by crafts and recipes, a fresh and modern retelling of Louisa May Alcott's perennial classic follows the experiences of four sisters who befriend their neighbors, attend school dances and parties, endure first crushes, and strengthen their sibling bond over the course of a year. By the author of The Teashop Girls. Simultaneous eBook.
Baker & Taylor During one year, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March, aged nine to thirteen, get to know their neighbors the Lawrences, attend school dances and sleepovers, have first crushes, and grow closer despite their differences.
Simon and Schuster The March sisters encounter new friends, challenges, school dances, and more in this fresh, modern retelling of the perennial classic, Little Women.
Thirteen-year-old Meg March and her sisters Jo (twelve), Beth (ten), and Amy (nine) are a close-knit group who share in one another’s hopes and dreams, as well as struggles and frustrations. Over the course of one year they get to know their neighbors the Lawrences, attend school dances and sleepovers, have first crushes, and grow closer as sisters despite their differences.
This sweet, contemporary take on part one of the beloved novel Little Women is the perfect introduction for young readers to the March family. With a craft project or recipe at the end of every chapter, Littler Women is sure to become a cherished favorite.