The novel follows the lives of four sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March — detailing their passage from childhood to womanhood, and is loosely based on the author and her three sisters.
Hi I like this book
By Rose Kniffin
My new favorite book!! Every woman and man, little or big needs to read it!
Worst book around
If you don't have to read this book, then I do not recommend it. Thanks for your time.
This is fantastic!
By Photographer in training
I love this book! It's a classic that everyone should read! I wish they had us read this in my school!
So Happy I Took the Time
By Toni FGMAMTC
I found this to be so much more enjoyable than I was expecting. I really liked it and got all caught up in the goings on of this family. I don't know how I missed reading it when I was growing up. I think the storyline was entertaining while also having several morals. After reading, I was left with a good feeling.
So good, every women should read it.
I laughed and cried way too much. Beautifully written, and I can't help but wish I was part of the March family. But feel as if I lived through every part of the story with them.
By Tut cakes
I did so enjoy this delightful book. Never read it in my youth. So glad that I got too. Very winning.
So very wonderful !! This is what our young people are missing - perfect read for family story night. Only wish I'd have read it so long ago- would have thought me a great deal of basic relational boundaries as well as understanding of the human spirit - would have saved my dear ones so much pain.
A delightful book. I had read it as a child but that was so many, many years ago it was like new. At first it seemed rather slow and boring, and so old fashioned and I wondered why I had loved it when I was young.....and then I got into it. I loved it. And I think as an older adult I saw many things I overlooked as a child. More depth to it. The old classics are well worth reading again!!
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