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jo march - my imaginary friend

Many of us had imaginary friends as young children. If your imaginary friend grew up alongside you, what would his/her/its life be like today? (Didn’t have one? 

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Inspirational Walks

Things in Print Thursday :: and someone else's list of top children's historical fiction.

This is just based on the first 100 items on a list found on goodreads and I wanted to go through and see how much of it I had read.  321 more words

Literary Adventures in Boston

Saturday, October 18 was the date printed on my ticket for the Boston By Foot Literary Tour. That morning, I arrived an hour early to the designated meeting place: the Irish Famine Memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. 774 more words

Boston By Foot

Louisa May Alcott Society call for papers for 2015 ALA conference in Boston

American Literature Association 26th Annual Conference Boston May 21-24, 2015

Louisa May Alcott Society (Contact Christine Doyle)

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“Transatlantic Alcott”

Louisa May Alcott’s status as a quintessentially American writer notwithstanding, literature and life on the other side of “the pond” interested her immensely. 254 more words

Louisa May Alcott

From little women to little men - Louisa May Alcott

The small hopes and plans and pleasures of children should be tenderly respected by grown-up people, and never rudely thwarted or ridiculed.

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Kickstarter Campaign for Orchard House Documentary - only 60 hours left!

If you know me, you know I have a complete obsession with all things Alcott — the person, the family, the books, etc. I’m a “Little Women” junkie (I’m actually also a lifelong devotee to Laura Ingalls Wilder, but that’s for another post). 348 more words

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