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Author(s): Louisa May Alcott
'My dear girls, stop your mud-pies and hear the news!' Ten years after Little Men, the boys that Jo raised are all grown-up. But that certainly doesn't mean that they no longer need her help and advice. Emil, now as sailor, must survive shipwreck and disaster. Dan's attempt to make his fortune ends in prison. Nat's career in music takes him to Europe, to a life of frivolity and a tricky romantic muddle. But returning to Plumfield to tell their tales, they are, and will always be, Jo's boys. This book includes exclusive content: in the 'Backstory' you can discover the story behind the Little Women series and take the Jo's Boys quiz Vintage Children's Classics is a twenty-first century classics list aimed at 8-12 year olds and the adults in their lives. You can discover timeless favourites from The Jungle Book and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to modern classics such as The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Following Little Men, this is the final chapter in the lives of the the 'boys' of Plumfield, revisiting their experiences as they move into adulthood
"Six generations of readers have found in the story of the March family universal truths about girls, families and growing up" Guardian
Louisa May Alcott was born on 29 November 1832 in Pennsylvania. Her father was friends with Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry Thoreau. Alcott started selling stories in order to help provide financial support for her family. Her first book was Flower Fables (1854). She worked as a nurse during the American Civil War and in 1863 she published Hospital Sketches, which was based on her experiences. Little Women was published in 1868 and was based on her life growing up with her three sisters. She followed it with three sequels, Good Wives (1869), Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886) and she also wrote other books for both children and adults. Louisa May Alcott was an abolitionist and a campaigner for women's rights. She died on 6 March 1888.