Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott Collection

Louisa May Alcott Collection

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39 Works: Little Women Series (Little Women, Good Wives, Little Men, Jo's Boys), An Old Fasioned Girl, Eight Cousins, Rose ... Mysterious Key, Under the Lilacs, MORE

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Little Women

Little Women

When I asked what books every woman's gotta read, Alcott's 1869 novel about New England sisters growing up in the Civil War Era was an overwhelming crowd favorite. I only recently learned that Alcott herself didn't want to write Little Women: when a publisher asked her to write a book for girls, she put aside the thrillers she'd been writing and wrote about the only girls she knew— her sisters. The book's unexpected success changed her life and literary career.

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Little Women

Little Women

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Louisa May Alcott's classic is free for kindle, but right now you can get the top-rated Audible narration for just $.99 as a Whispersync add-on! (I explain how Whispersync works here.) Andrea Emmes narrates this version, and the Audible rating is an impressive 4.6. There are numerous versions of Little Women on Audible; it's important that you buy this version of the free ebook to get the Andrea Emmes version.

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Delphi Complete Works of Louisa May Alcott

Delphi Complete Works of Louisa May Alcott

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From the publisher: "Louisa May Alcott's charming tales of Little Women have delighted readers across the world since their 1868 publication, but she was also an author of sensational thrillers, humorous plays and perceptive poetry. For the first time in publishing history, this comprehensive eBook presents the complete works of Louis May Alcott, with numerous illustrations, rare texts appearing in digital print for the first time, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material."

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The Annotated Little Women

The Annotated Little Women

When I asked what books every woman's gotta read, Alcott's 1869 novel about New England sisters growing up in the Civil War Era was an overwhelming crowd favorite. I only recently learned that Alcott herself didn't want to write <em>Little Women</em>: when a publisher asked her to write a book for girls, she put aside the thrillers she'd been writing and wrote about the only girls she knew— her sisters. The book's unexpected success changed her life and literary career.

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