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Jo's Boys (Paperback)

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Jos Boys Alcott, Louisa May 1 of 1
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Product Details:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0486422267
ISBN-13: 9780486422268
Sku: 30939053
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5L x 0.75T
Pages:  288
Age Range:  13 to 16
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"If anyone had told me what wonderful changes were to take place here in ten years, I wouldn't have believed it," said Mrs. Jo to Mrs. Meg, as they sat on the piazza at Plumfield one summer day, looking about them with face full of pride and pleasure. (from the first line)
This sequel to Alcott's "Little Women" and "Little Men" chronicles the return of the classmates of Plumfield, Jo's school for boys. Readers reencounter Nat, the orphaned street musician, now a conservatory student; restless Dan, back from the gold mines of California; business-minded Tom; and other old friends.
From the Publisher:
Recounts the further adventures, successes, and failures of the numerous young men of Plumfield school.
Annotation:
Alcott revisits Jo and her family in this follow-up to her popular novels "Little Women" and "Little Men."
Author Bio
Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott grew up in Concord, Massachusetts, the daughter of Bronson Alcott, a well-known transcendentalist, philosopher, and educator. The family's home was a stop on the Underground Railroad, and Alcott's father insisted that she and her sisters always be clothed in linen because linen did not exploit the slaves who picked cotton. The Alcott sisters were educated at home, and were introduced to some of the great thinkers of the times including Emerson and Thoreau. To assist with the family finances, Louisa worked at various occupations from an early age, including sewing and teaching; her novel "Little Women" was published in 1868 and was wildly popular; it has never been out of print. As a result of her success, her family was freed forever from financial distress. Alcott never married; by the time of her death at age 55, she had written hundreds of stories, novels, poems, and essays. She is best known for her children's novels. "Little Women", her best-known book, was based on the life of her family. "Little Men" was written in 1871 specifically for the children of her sister Anna (Meg in "Little Women") after the death of their father.
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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeMinimum Age:   09
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0288
Product attributePublisher:   Dover Publications
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