Meet the real Jo March. Louisa May Alcott reveals the true inspiration for her characters and her work through journals she kept as a child. Never before published for children, this diary offers a new perspective on the life of one of America's foremost children's book authors....
|Title||:||Louisa May Alcott: Her Girlhood Diary|
|Number of Pages||:||271 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Louisa May Alcott: Her Girlhood Diary Reviews
A charming short book to read after Little Women. It is a bit more than a diary. There are connections made with Little Women, also notes from Louisa's mother, and writings (background and connections with the life of Louisa) by Cary Ryan ~ along with pieces of Louisa's diary.
Cute little book. Written for kids but there is no way they would really get it. If you do not know Little Women, which is referenced quite a bit, then some of the book will make little sense.