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Keep up with Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House blog

Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House now has a blog with many informative and interesting posts related to the Alcott homestead. Click here to read more.

Louisa May Alcott

Pre Release Peek: Mechanized Masterpieces 2 - Spotlighting Author Neve Talbot

Mechanized Masterpieces 2: an American Anthology is a collection of steampunk stories from authors around the globe.  This collection takes American classic literature and gives it a steampunk makeover, much to the delight of this reader. 1,381 more words

Xchyler Publishing

Jane Eyre, Lizzy Bennet, and Jo March Walk Onto a Stage: Remixing a New Canon of Heroines

Last night I saw You on the Moors Now, an experimental play currently running in New York City’s Greenwich Village, which cannily combines characters and plot points from four novels: … 1,106 more words

Books

Professionally Curious

I’m walking in circles these days, dizzy spirals around the library under the rounded hangar ceiling of our school. Once in a while I’ll pause by a computer and a student, stopping to give advice or ask a question, but most often its a leisurely drift, digital eavesdropping on the eleventh-graders as they start their research projects. 772 more words

Around School

Bridging the Height Gap

Hello Friends!!!

So happy to have you stop by today, the very day we discuss another tiny edit my publishers insisted I make for the second run of “Little Women.” 372 more words

Historical

The Pennsylvania State 2014 Banknote - #2 in the Series

(special thanks to our guest blogger and US State banknote series enthusiast, John Barry Wright )

The Pennsylvania State Dollar features Luisa May Alcott on the front and the Pennsylvania Dutch on the back. 324 more words

Banknote Collecting

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1934

We rehearsed the play in auditorium. Mary Ruggerello came home with me after school to get a coat and some clothes. Mrs. Emery gave me a dress to wear in the play.

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