Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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Date Added: 2001-01-31
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I thought that Little Women is a inspirational classic, about a family going through financial problems. The book teaches every one a message on how family should be there one another. Even though they had financial problems, their father was a soldier and the loss of their aunt and sister. Made me realize on how important life full of joy and sorrows.
This little novel is really wonderful. It shows us many things that we rarely see during our daily lives. And, of course, Jo will always be my favourite!
By Maryam Qazi on May 18, 2008
Oh my god....this is the most sad, happy, etc book. i love it soooooooooooo much. you'd be silly NOT to read it.
By on April 16, 2008
I love this book very much. I like their characters, especially Jo. And I admire her family, which is full of love.
By mimi on January 12, 2008
This book was really wonderful. It has a great view about falling in love and staying in love, about being just yourself and about motherly love and care. I love the character of Meg...and of course Jo!!...
By Megan Elliott on June 26, 2007
I absolutely loved this book! And still love it, as a matter of fact. Anyone who likes a book with power, comedy, family fun and christian views will enjoy this book to the fullest extent. I absolutely recomend this book to anyone who hasn't read it. Enjoy!!
By griffin on August 12, 2006
I'm a girl from a nuclear family, the book shows me so much that I have never experienced. I love Jo most, for her boyish. The parents in the book are the best I've ever seen.
By Milla on March 29, 2006
I loved this book! It's so beautiful and full of love! I could read it thousand times!
By Blue Moose on November 28, 2005
This book inspired me. I didn't think it would be this good! I like Jo because she's not afraid to show herself.
By Danish on May 19, 2005
Little Women is a great classic novel. The characters come to life as you read it. The issues and morals in the story are timeless and we can all learn from this book. Louisa May Alcott was an extremely talented author and made this book very realistic. One of the most important lessons we can learn from this book is to forgive and forget.
By ciara on January 11, 2005
I think this book is brilliant. My favourite character is Amy because she reminds me of me when I was little. I would give this book 4 stars.