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Book Descriptions for series: Portraits of Little Women


  • Beautiful Amy March, the youngest March sister, is a talented artist.  Everyone praises her lifelike portraits.  The one person she can't draw is herself.  So when a photographer's studio opens in town, Amy is thrilled.  Now her pretty blond ...



  • Tomboy Jo March would rather die than spend time with wealthy, proper Aunt March.  She'd much rather race against the boys at school or star in all the swashbuckling plays she writes.  But when Aunt March offers to adopt one of the March sisters ...



  • Meg March is the perfect young lady.  Her gracious manners and sweet personality make her very popular at school.  And when she is invited to Mary Howe's fancy picnic, she wants to go badly.  Nothing her tomboy sister, Jo, says against snobby M...



  • Painfully shy Beth March is excited to be visiting New York City with her parents.  The theater, opera, symphony, museums--Beth loves every minute of her adventure.  She even meets Abraham Lincoln, and has the courage to tell him that women deser...



  • Beth March would do just about anything to help someone in need. She's kind-hearted, loyal, and caring. So when she catches Sean O'Neill stealing apples from Aunt March's garden, Beth listens to the hungry boy's sad story. She's moved to hear that Se...



  • Romantic Meg March is thrilled when she's asked to sing at Lily Prescott's wedding. She practices with extra care because she loves the bride and wants the celebration to be beautiful. But as soon as Meg meets the groom's much younger sister, Julia T...



  • Exuberant Jo March never sits still. Whether she's racing against boys or scribbling and acting in her latest play, Jo is always active and creative. So when Aunt March asks her to befriend Pauline Wheeler, Jo can't believe that the girl spends every...



  • Amy March wants to be a great artist. She's got the talent; now all she needs is a way to afford art lessons. Her solution: befriend her rich and snobby classmate, Jenny Snow, who'll then invite Amy to sit in on her private art instructions. But Jenn...



  • Each of the girls has a choice to make about the beautiful brooch.Meg's Christmas Dream: Meg would gladly exchange it for a gift for her father....Jo's Christmas Dream: Jo behaves like a total scrooge and must learn the true spirit of Christmas.Beth'...










  • Worried that her family's financial status may hinder her goal to marry into money, Amy pursues the interest of a wealthy young boy to enhance her social position, yet when he buys her an expensive gift, Amy must make her true feelings known....



  • Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy . . . Louisa May Alcott's beloved March sisters, from her classic novel Little Women. Read all about these unforgettable heroines in Portraits of Little Women, new stories that capture each girl at age ten. Join the March siste...




  • Losing your way in the woods. . . . Prowling a castle in the dead of night. . . . Finding a treasure in a dusty attic. . . . Finding a frightening force in your own home. . . . The March sisters--Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy--never imagined they'd encounte...