Saturday, March 19, 2016

Review: Little Men by Louisa May Alcott

Little Men is the classic sequel to Little Women in which we follow the activities of Jo March Bhaer, who has finally gotten her lifelong dream of a school for boys. She has two children of her own, Fritz's nephews, who she treats as her own sons, Daisy and Demi, and many others including Nat, a new boy who starts the story off with his arrival.

This is a 5 ⭐️ For sure.

1: Not a good book for book reports though. It has a storyline of several stories within it.

2: I love the progression of Dan throughout the story. Mother Bhaer really becomes his mother. 😍

3: The Bhaers instill important life lessons in the children at Plumfield that many kids aren't taught anymore.

4: Polly the parrot was awful in Little Women but Jo loved her aunt so much that she kept the bird and even had it stuffed when it died.

SPOILER ALERT beneath the photo

5: I cry every time I read the chapter about John Brooks dying. It is so sweet and sad. 😭

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