Little men

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Little Women volume 3
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The beloved characters of Louisa May Alcott's classic tale, Little Women, return in Little Men, where we find Jo and her husband Professor Bhaer running a boys' school. Plumfield, a place of learning, friendship and camaraderie, and also good-hearted mischief, is home to a bevy of rambunctious boys. Through scrapes and bruises, temporary expulsions and the challenges of young love, Jo's students manage what they never thought possible: growing up to be real little men. Little Men is considered the unofficial sequel to Louisa May Alcott's beloved work, Little Women. It has been adapted twice for film and once for television.
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9780141366081
9781443420921
9781974997084
9781666596229
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