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Author: Louisa May Alcott
The March sisters, Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth, survive poverty and the absence of their father during the Civil War.
First read this book when I was about 12 years old and I really loved it. I always said I would search for it and read it again, 10 years later, I found it, together with the last part that I didn't read back then, Good Wives :-)
Pastoral :) Great characters, funny and interesting. Keeps me smiling all the way!
This compilation includes stories such as: "Flower Fables," "Hospital Sketches," "Eight Cousins," "Jack and Jill," and "A Garland for Little Girls."
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