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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

New England

The Children’s Song

The Children’s Song
Louisa May Alcott, 1832-1888

The world lies fair about us, and a friendly sky above;
Our lives are full of sunshine, our homes are full of love; 311 more words


"Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott

I recently stumbled across a beautiful new edition of Louisa May Alcott’s classic Little Women, and decided to reread it. I had read it two or three times before, but the last time was in my early twenties (now a fond memory). 411 more words


"Mujercitas," escrito por Louisa May Alcott

Hace poco, descubrí una nueva y muy linda edición del clásico de Louisa May Alcott–Mujercitas–y decidí de leerlo otra vez. Ya lo había leído dos o tres veces, pero la última vez fue al principio de mis años veinte (hace mucho, ya). 445 more words


A Puritan Hero

About a decade ago, I worked for a few years at the Orchard House Museum in Concord, Massachusetts.  Best known as the home of Louisa May Alcott and the place where she wrote the classic novel, … 838 more words

March by Geraldine Brooks (and all the feels)

I just finished March by Geraldine Brooks and it is going straight to my special bookshelf, where I’m sure it will stay for many moons to come. 419 more words

Book Life

Classics Club Challenge #4: Jo's Boys

Jo’s Boys
by Louisa May Alcott
as a sequel to Little Women, Good Wives and Little Men
first published in 1886

Sich zu lieben, heißt, dass man manchmal auch streng mit sich selbst sein muss… 1,239 more words