Little Men

Our rating: ****½

When Jo inherits Plumfield from her gruff Aunt March, she and her husband, Professor Bhaer, set up a school for young boys. The following story is about the various adventures at Plumfield concerning the orphaned Nat, wild Dan, mischievous Tommy, and many others.

As the sequel to Little Women, this book certainly lives up to its expectations. A great book. Plumfield is a happy home where pillow-fighting and banister-sliding is allowed, but when it comes to matters of the heart, genuine love is to be found in all.

2 Responses to “Little Men”

  1. I thought this was a “so so” book. not at all has good has Little Women but beter then Jo’s Boys.
    I found it a rather sad story. About a year ago I would say that by favorite author was Lousia Alcott but now I would say NO WAY!

  2. Little Women is certainly thought of as Lousia May Alcott’s best and most famous work, but I did find the majority of her other books to be enjoyable, too.

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