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Jo : an adaptation of Little Women (sort of) —Gros, Kathleen, author, artist.
Graphic Novel
2020
Availability: 6 of 15

"With the start of eighth grade, Jo March decides it's time to get serious about her writing and joins the school newspaper. But even with her new friend Freddie cheering her on, becoming a hard-hitting journalist is a l...

Little men —Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888, author.

The now-married Jo has opened a school for boys in her late aunt's estate of Plumfield--one where pillow fights are allowed and the students are encouraged to explore their interests. With Jo's children, nieces, and neph...

Jo's boys —Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888, author.

Louisa May Alcott's enchanting tale of Jo March and her former students concludes with this beautiful keepsake edition of Jo's Boys, the final novel in the Little Women Collection! Ten years after Jo opened a school for ...

Little women —Archer, Mandy, author.

"Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy don't have a lot of money, but they are rich in love. Will that be enough to see the sisters through?

Little women —Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888, author.

"The beloved story of the March girls is a classic American feminist novel, reflecting the tension between cultural obligation and artistic and personal freedom"-- Provided by publisher.

Little women —Kovacs, Karen E. (Karen Elizabeth), 1961-

Little Women is the story of a poor American family in the American Civil War. The four sisters, Beth, Jo, Meg and Amy are very different. But together they work hard and help their mother and father. Sometimes their liv...

Little vampire women —Messina, Lynn (Lynn Ann), 1972-
Eaudiobook
2010

The dear, sweet March sisters are back, and Marmee has told them to be good little women. Good little vampire women, that is. That's right: Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy have grown up since you last read their tale, and now the...

Little women —Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888.
EBook
2009

Chronicles the joys and sorrows of the four March sisters as they grow into young women in nineteenth-century New England.

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