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Continues the story of Little Women. This story takes place at Plumfield, Jo March and her husband Professor Bhaer's school for boys; a place of light, warmth, comfort, and delights; where self-knowledge and self-control are acquired along with book learning. Meg's and Jo's children are in the story, as are Marmee, Aunt Amy, and Uncle Laurie.
Two young brothers help their Dad in another season of sugaring off, the process by which maple syrup is made. The process of collecting maple tree sap in buckets, to boiling it down into syrup is described here as it follows this family's day of creating this sweet treat. The book ends with a typical New England tradition of pouring fresh, hot syrup over snow and a reward for the hard work.
5) Little women
"Louisa May Alcott's beloved children's novel Little Women is one of the classics of American literature. The novel follows the lives of the March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, and details their passage from childhood to womanhood during the years of the American Civil War. The story was loosely based on Alcott and her sisters' own experiences of growing up in Concord, Massachusetts. The book became an immediate roaring success when it was published...
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