Look out for Little Women--soon to be a major motion picture starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Timothee Chalamet, and Meryl Streep!
Louisa May Alcott's enchanting tale of Jo March continues with this beautiful collector's edition of Little Men, the third novel in the Little Women Collection!
Following the sequel Good Wives, the third book of the series picks up where the story left off, as the now-married Jo has opened a school for boys in her late aunt's estate of Plumfield--one where pillow fights are allowed and the boys are encouraged to be themselves. But when orphaned street musician Nat Blake arrives and the boys' mischief-making gets out of control, Jo and her family's lives are turned upside down. Funny and heartwarming, this third installment of the Little Women series furthers the story of the March sisters while introducing new and just as captivating characters.
Little Men quickly became popular at the time of publication and has become a beloved classic, inspiring numerous TV and film adaptations.
This is volume 3 in The Little Women Collection .
This book has been graded for interest at 8+ years.
There are 400 pages in this book. This book was published 2019 by Simon & Schuster .
Louisa May Alcott (1832-88) wrote several classic novels inspired by her New England childhood, and was also active in the Suffragette movement.
This book contains the following stories:
This is the story of the March sisters - Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy as they grow up from children to women in Concord, Massachusetts during the 19th century. The family are newly impoverished so the father goes off to serve as a chaplain in the American Civil War. The March sisters work to help support the family, make new friends and fall in love is this coming of age novel.
This book has been nominated for the following awards:
Parents' Choice Award
This book was recognised by the Parents' Choice Award.
Bbc Book Awards
This book was recognised in the Big Read Top 100 category by the Bbc Book Awards.
Bbc Book Awards
This book was recognised in the Big Read Top 20 category by the Bbc Book Awards.
This book features the following characters:
This book features the character Jo March.