Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

April 10, 2010
By bookcrazy PLATINUM, Rocky Hill, Connecticut
bookcrazy PLATINUM, Rocky Hill, Connecticut
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My first encounter of Little Women was when I read the Portraits of Little Women books by Susan Beth Pfeffer when I was young. Those books were a great introduction to Little Women, but the actual book is even better.

I adore this book. Each chapter is like a new story and a new lesson to learn. And reading about the four girls--their flaws, their strengths, their adventures, how their character develops--was absolutely cherishing. All the characters are great actually, and the moments they have together are heartwarming and comical. This is truly a lovely novel.

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