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Focus on the Family Radio Theatre Presents Little Women

Little women by Francine Hughes, 32 pgs

Little women by Francine Hughes, 32 pgs

Little women by Laurie Lawlor, 96 pgs.

Little women by Laurie Lawlor, 96 pgs.

Louisa May Alcott, young writer by Laurence Santrey, 47 pgs. Available from PRL

Louisa May Alcott, young writer by Laurence Santrey, 47 pgs. Available from PRL

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Louisa May Alcott : her girlhood diary, available in TAL

Story of Louisa May Alcott, The by Marci R. Mcgill, 92 pgs

Story of Louisa May Alcott, The by Marci R. Mcgill, March Yearling edition, in English

Would May and Lulu have gotten along the way Amy and Bess did? In both cases, mother & daughter were alike ...

Would May and Lulu have gotten along the way Amy and Bess did? In both cases, mother & daughter were alike .

Louisa May Alcott by Carol Greene, 126 pgs

Louisa May Alcott by Carol Greene, 126 pgs

A reproduction May's painting of her salon in Meudon with Ernst.

See May Alcott Nieriker’s home in Meudon, France

The first "grown up" paper back I read by myself

The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, one of my Sisters books that I read sneakily not admitting to enjoying it.

Morris the Moose Goes to School!  My favorite book when I was little. :)

Reviving Dr. Seuss and other old favorites

Morris The Moose Goes TO School by B. Wiseman, My favorite book when I was little! Just found it the other day in a box in my parents basement!

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Elisabeth Alcott, "Lizzie", also known as Beth from Little Women. What secrets lay behind this placid face?

Little Golden Book. A Christmas Classic!

Remember the Little Golden Book Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer? Perhaps you have read the book to your own children or had it read to you.

Abigail "Abba" Alcott (née May) (October 8, 1800 – November 25, 1877) was the wife of Transcendentalist Amos Bronson Alcott and mother of four daughters, including Civil War novelist Louisa May Alcott. An activist for several causes, May was one of the first paid social workers in the state of Massachusetts.

This was my mother Abigail "Abba" Alcott (née May) (October 1800 – November was the wife of Transcendentalist Amos Bronson Alcott my father and the mother of four daughters, including Civil War novelist, Me, Louisa May Alcott.

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