Timeless, heartwarming tale of the four young March sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — their mother Marmee, and other memorable characters. Generations of readers have enjoyed this story of the joys, heartaches, and triumphs of a warm, close-knit family, poor in material wealth, but rich i... read more
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Timeless, heartwarming tale of the four young March sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — their mother Marmee, and other memorable characters. Generations of readers have enjoyed this story of the joys, heartaches, and triumphs of a warm, close-knit family, poor in material wealth, but rich in love and devotion to one another. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.
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