• Une année, avec ses joies et ses peines, de la vie de Meg, Jo, Beth et Amy March, quatre soeurs âgées de onze à seize ans. Leur père absent - la guerre de Sécession fait rage et il est aumônier dans l'armée nordiste -, elles aident leur mère à assumer les tâches quotidiennes. Ce qu'elles font avec leur caractère bien différent : Meg, la romantique, qui va éprouver les émois d'un premier amour ; Jo, qui ne se départit jamais d'un humour à toute épreuve ; la généreuse Beth ; la blonde Amy, enfin, qui se laisse aller parfois à une certaine vanité...

  • Dix ans se sont écoulés depuis Le rêve de Jo March. À côté de Plumfield se dresse désormais une véritable petite université dans laquelle on vient de loin pour étudier. Si les garçons de Jo sont de solides gaillards égaillés de par le monde, ils n'oublient pas pour autant Plumfield ni bien sûr Mme Jo, plus que jamais de bon conseil dans les moments délicats : ceux où les coeurs encore tendres connaissent leurs premières épreuves !

  • Trois ans ont passé depuis l'épilogue des Quatre filles du docteur March. Les quatre soeurs sont aujourd'hui des jeunes femmes. Meg épouse «son» John et s'épanouit dans son rôle de mère au foyer, Jo continue à écrire et à publier ses nouvelles dans des journaux, Beth toujours aussi discrète et de santé fragile puise dans le quotidien et l'affection des siens la force de vivre tandis qu'Amy, la charmeuse, virevolte tel un papillon et fait battre les coeurs.

  • L'infatigable Jo March a enfin la vie dont elle rêvait. Sa grande maison - presque aussi grande que son coeur - est toujours ouverte aux enfants défavorisés. Que d'aventures, que de petits drames, que de situations drôles et cocasses ! Quand une bonne douzaine de jeunes garçons vivent ensemble sous la houlette d'une femme telle que Jo, on ne risque guère de s'ennuyer !

  • Meg, Jo, Beth et Amy vivent aux États-Unis et s'entendent plutôt bien pour des soeurs ! En pleine guerre de Sécession, leur père est parti sur le front, alors tout le monde travaille dur. Mais entre Meg la raisonnable, Jo l'impétueuse, Amy la raffinée et Beth la délicate, les discussions sont passionnées et la maison rarement silencieuse !

  • Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are four sisters trying to support the family and keep their spirit up while their father is at war. Each one of them has a unique vivid personality which helps them overcome the hardships of poverty. Showing the transition from childhood to womanhood, "Little Women" together with its sequels: "Good Wives", "Little Men", and "Jo's Boys", has been one of the most widely read novels in the world. It has inspired numerous adaptations including a 2019 movie starring Emma Watson with six Academy Award nominations.

  • Little Men

    Louisa May Alcott

    "Little Men" recounts the life of Jo: the second and most temperamental of the March sisters, known from "Little Women" and "Good Wives".
    Now a married woman with two sons of her own, and twelve rescued orphan boys filling the informal school at Plumfield, she couldn't be happier. Together with its sequel "Jo's Boys", the "March Family" tetralogy has been one of the most widely read in the world. It has inspired numerous adaptations including a 2019 movie starring Emma Watson with six Academy Award nominations.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) was an American novelist, short story writer and poet.Having grown up in poverty, May Alcott was a passionate advocate for women's rights and abolitionist. She is best known as the author of the March Family Series: "Little Women", "Good Wives", "Little Men" and "Jo's Boys". The story of the March sisters has inspired numerous adaptations including a 2019 movie starring Emma Watson with six Academy Award nominations.

  • After "Little Women's" immediate commercial and critical success readers demanded to know more about Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. In "Good Wives", Louisa May Alcott follows the dinamic life of the beloved March sisters and their further character development. The novel together with its sequels "Little Men", and "Jo's Boys", has been one of the most widely read in the world. It has inspired numerous adaptations including a 2019 movie starring Emma Watson with six Academy Award nominations.

  • Shawl-Straps Nouv.

    Shawl-Straps

    Louisa May Alcott

    Three sisters go on a road trip through Europe, leaving behind the men in their lives as well as any social limitations and the female behaviour expected of them in the US. Semi-autobiographical in nature, the adventures of Amanda, Matilda and Lavinia are based on Alcott's travels with her own sister. The title of the novel comes from their shawl backpacks which is the only thing they bring with them on their trip. The tale is full of excellent dialogue, character reflection and beautiful description of the places they visit, while constantly drawing parallels between European and American life. This novel really drives home the very different lives women of the period lived, creating a compelling and fascinating book suitable for any reader.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • Cupid and Chow-chow Nouv.

    Cupid and Chow-chow

    Louisa May Alcott

    `Cupid and Chow-chow' is an adorable tale of a rosy, sweet boy named Cupid and his mischievous cousin Chow-Chow who he waits on hand and foot. As with much of Alcott's work, there is a subliminal social and moral discussion at play. At some levels it's a discussion on women's roles, the ongoing suffragette movement and the traditional role of femininity in society. It remains subtle however and does not overshadow the simply adorable tale presented to the reader. It represents excellent reading for readers of all ages, particularly those interested in the early feminist and suffragette movements.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • My Girls Nouv.

    My Girls

    Louisa May Alcott

    What do you do as soon as you've seen Greta's `Little Women'? Read the whole of Alcott's back catalogue, of course! This collection of short stories is a compulsory read. Although not as fiery as the Jo and Amy fiasco, or Jo and Teddy or Jo and...well, anyone really these girls are a colourful bunch. Exploring just what women and girls can do with just a little nudge, these have a classic Alcott feel. Funny, realistic and sometimes strongly moralistic, but always warm and beautifully written.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) discovered writing at an early age, where she often thought up stories about villains, ghosts, or damsels in distress. Driven by economic misfortunes, she worked several jobs but later chose writing as her sole purpose. She was a devout feminist and did not marry throughout her life. Her most famous works include the novel "Little Women", its sequel "Little Men", as well as "Good Wives" and "An Old-Fashioned Girl". Her masterpiece "Little Women" was made into a highly successful 2019 movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet.

  • Lulu's Library II Nouv.

    The second volume in Alcott's fantastic `Lulu's Library' trilogy continues right where the famed author left off, with more fantastical, magical and inspiring children's tales. Picturesque, gorgeous and luscious in its description these tales pack a strong moral message as well, engendering a love for family, friends and nature. A standout tale from the collection is `The Frost King and How the Faeries Conquered Him', about a fearless princess who must face the evil king to save her lands. It is a warm and vibrant collection, full of wonderful heroes and heroines in colourful splendid worlds, that make this collection perfect for some bedtime reading for children of any age.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • Lulu's Library I Nouv.

    The first entry in Alcott's wonderful `Lulu's Library' trilogy gets the series off to a flying start, packed with wonderful fairy tales, fantastical worlds and amazing heroes and heroines. As is the case with much of Alcott's work, profound moral lessons are weaved in to the fabric of her stories and this collection is no different. `A Christmas Dream' focuses heavily on teaching children to look out for those less fortunate in society, where others such as `Skipping Shoes' focus on the importance of telling the truth and doing the right thing. The moral lesson is never in your face however, they are merely a byproduct of wonderfully crafted, beautiful stories. This collection is perfect for some bed time reading, or anyone looking for a more kid friendly version of the `Brothers Grimm' fairy tales.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • Lulu's Library III Nouv.

    `Lulu's Library' is a collection of over thirty children's short stories, originally told to Alcott's niece as bedtime stories. Throughout the collection, the sweet and loving abound, each tale is lovingly wrapped in intelligent anecdotes and beautiful description to create fantastical stories that amaze but also teach. Some of the most notable stories are; "Recollections of My Childhood", "The Silver Party", and "The Little Red Purse". This collection is great reading for children of any age, and perfect for some bedtime reading from Mum and Dad.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • Jimmy's Cruise in the Pinafore Nouv.

    `Jimmy's Cruise in the Pinafore' is another short story from famed American author Louisa May Alcott, that follows the young, kind hearted Jimmy through his difficult adolescence. The parallels between young Jimmy and Alcott in her own youth are profound, with twelve year old Jimmy having to work multiple menial jobs to make ends meet for his family and make up for his absent father. It is a tale celebrating the human spirit, its resilience in the face of overwhelming odds and the importance of family, with a healthy dose of adventure. Jimmy's beautiful spirit and unflinching soul makes this book a beautiful read full of valuable lessons for readers of all ages, as well as anyone who loved `Oliver Twist'.



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an author, abolitionist and proud feminist. Her family suffered financially while she was growing up and so she was forced to take on multiple jobs in her youth to help provide for her family. Her writing became her outlet, forming her ideas and beliefs in the empowerment of women and people in to literature that reverberates to this day. Her most notable works include "Little Women", which is now a movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, its sequel `Little Men' and `An Old Fashioned Girl'.

  • Jo's Boys Nouv.

    Jo's Boys

    Louisa May Alcott

    Saoirse Ronan's Jo is an instant cult classic after her portrayal in the Academy award winning `Little Women'. I mean, who isn't in love with everything Greta Gerwig touches? Well, much like finding out there's an extra Harry Potter you haven't read, the Little Women saga continues. Our following of Jo, literature's favourite feminist rebel, concludes with `Jo's Boys'.

    Ten years after `Little Men', Jo's Boys are making their way in the world, and always returning back to their loving Jo and her husband, Professor Bhaer, at their school Plumfield. Led by our favourite girls, the boys must navigate struggles, love and find their place in the world. Drama, sailors, doctors, another fierce tomboy to fall for, and even murder, make this another classic by Alcott.

    As always, women's rights, modern thinking and so many questioning morals feature as we follow each character on their journey. What is quite sure is, you may come to catch glimpses of your favourite characters, but you'll leave enamoured by new ones



    Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) discovered writing at an early age, where she often thought up stories about villains, ghosts, or damsels in distress. Driven by economic misfortunes, she worked several jobs but later chose writing as her sole purpose. She was a devout feminist and did not marry throughout her life. Her most famous works include the novel "Little Women", its sequel "Little Men", as well as "Good Wives" and "An Old-Fashioned Girl". Her masterpiece "Little Women" was made into a highly successful 2019 movie starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet.

  • The Abbot's Ghost, or Maurice Treherne's Temptation Nouv.

    From the author of `Little Women', this Christmas story follows the young Maurice Treherne, who has recently become crippled after saving his friend Jasper's life. Falsely accused of fraud and suddenly disinherited of the wealth promised to him by Jasper's family, Maurice finds himself in a thrilling mystery plot. All the while, Maurice is in love with Jasper's sister, Octavia, whose mother tries everything to keep them apart.

    `The Abbot's Ghost' is one of Louisa May Alcott's hidden gems, full of heart-warming moments, scandals, and perhaps even a real ghost...



    Louise May Alcott was an American writer who is most famous for her novel 'Little Women' (1868). Her heartwarming and heartbreaking stories typically follow young girls on their journeys to becoming young women. 'Little Women' was recently adapted into film for the seventh time in 2019, starring Saorise Ronan and Timothée Chalamet.

  • Mali mezczy'zni Nouv.

    Mali mezczy'zni

    Louisa May Alcott

    Kolejna cze´s´c cyklu Louisy May Alcott, serii zapoczatkowanej powie´scia "Male kobietki". Fabula przedstawia pól roku z zycia uczniów ze szkoly w Plumfield, placówki prowadzonej przez malze´nstwo Bhaerów. Pani Bhaer to niegdysiejsza zwariowana Ludka, druga z czterech sióstr March. Zalozyciele szkoly staraja sie, aby ich podopieczni ksztalcili sie w atmosferze zyczliwo´sci, przyja´zni i w przekonaniu, ze zawsze mozna liczy´c na pomoc drugiego czlowieka.

    Na podstawie "Malych kobietek" powstal hit kinowy z Emma Watson i Timothée Chalamet w rolach glównych. Dostepny na Netflixie!



    Ameryka´nska pisarka, autorka powie´sci dla dziewczat oraz publikacji kierowanych do kobiet. Uznanie przyniosla jej realistyczna seria ksiazek mlodziezowych, która otwieraja "Male kobietki". Utwór doczekal kilkakrotnych ekranizacji. Feministka, wegetarianka, pielegniarka i wolontariuszka w czasie wojny secesyjnej. W Concord, w stanie Massachusetts, gdzie zamieszkiwala, znajduje sie muzeum jej imienia.

  • Rose Campbell is having a hard time adjusting to her new life. Recently orphaned, she has been swept away from a strict girls' boarding school and placed in the care of her six aunts and seven rowdy male cousins. When her guardian, Uncle Alec, returns from abroad, things are about to change once more. To her aunts' alarm Alec has different ideas of what it means to raise a girl than most, but his unconventional approach might just be what gets Rose out of her shell. Just as author Louisa May Alcott's widely-read novel Little Women (1868), Eight Cousins (1875) is unusually forward-thinking and feminist for its time.

  • After traveling around the world for several years, Rose Campbell returns home to find her boy cousins all grown up. In this upbeat sequel to Eight Cousins, Rose has become an attractive heiress and is now drawing the attention of several male suiters. But like Pride & Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables, Rose in Bloom (1876) shows a woman ahead of her time with her own ideas about her future. Besides, who would love Rose for her and not her money? The answer might surprise her. Heart-warming and swoony, Rose in Bloom is the story of a little girl who has grown into a young woman with her own great love story.

  • This carefully crafted ebook: "All the 4 Little Women Books: Little Women, Good Wives, Little Men, Jo's Boys" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) was an American novelist best known as author of the novel Little Women, Good Wives and the sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. The first part of Little Women: or Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy (1868), is a semi-autobiographical account of her childhood with her sisters in Concord, Massachusetts. Part two, or Part Second, also known as Good Wives (1869), followed the March sisters into adulthood and their respective marriages. Little Men (1871) detailed Jo's life at the Plumfield School that she founded with her husband Professor Bhaer at the conclusion of Part Two of Little Women. And Jo's Boys (1886) completed the "March Family Saga". Alcott made women's rights integral to her stories, and her fiction became her "most important feminist contribution" - even considering all the efforts Alcott made to help facilitate women's rights during her lifetime.

  • This carefully crafted ebook: "Little Women - Unabridged with the original illustrations by Frank T. Merrill (200 illustrations)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. This edition is unabridged and includes the original illustrations by Frank T. Merrill.
    Little Women is a novel by Louisa May Alcott, published in two volumes in 1868 and 1869. The novel follows the lives, loves and tribulations of fours sisters growing up during the American Civil War. While their father serves in the conflict, the sisters-dutiful Meg, fiery Jo, gentle Beth, and fanciful Amy-are guided on a journey of growth and experience by their spirited mother. Little Women is the story of a loving and unconventional family welcoming life's joys and bravely facing life's sorrows. In part autobiographical, this is an important historical portrait of young women growing up in a post-war American society of strong traditions and modern freedoms.
    Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) was an American novelist best known as author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. She was an advocate of abolition, women's rights, and temperance.

  • This carefully crafted ebook: "Little Men - Unabridged with the original illustrations by Reginald B. Birch (includes Good Wives)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. This edition is unabridged and includes the original illustrations by Reginald B. Birch.
    Little Men is a novel by Louisa May Alcott, first published in 1871. The novel reprises characters from Little Women and is considered the second book of an unofficial Little Women trilogy, which is completed with Alcott's 1886 novel Jo's Boys, and How They Turned Out: A Sequel to "Little Men". Little Men tells the story of Jo Bhaer and the children at Plumfield Estate School . Jo-now married to the good-natured Professor Bhaer, and with sons of her own-has become the unflappable matron of an extended family at Plumfield, a school the Bhaers have founded with Aunt March's legacy.
    Louisa May Alcott's overwhelming success dated from the appearance of the first part of Little Women: or Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, (1868) a semi-autobiographical account of her childhood years with her sisters in Concord, Massachusetts. Part two, or Part Second, also known as Good Wives, (1869) followed the March sisters into adulthood and their respective marriages.
    Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) was an American novelist best known as author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. She was an advocate of abolition, women's rights, and temperance.

  • This carefully crafted ebook: "Jo's Boys and How They Turned Out: A Sequel to "Little Men" (Unabridged)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
    This work is the third book in the Little Women trilogy by Louisa May Alcott, published in 1886. In the book Alcott returns to the familiar precincts of Plumfield. Ten years later, Jo's pupils have started to make their way in the world, and they find themselves tested: Josie longs to be an actress; Emil, now a sailor, is shipwrecked; Dan, out West, lands in prison; Nat, studying music in Germany, is tempted into living beyond his means. Faced with new obstacles, they look back on the lessons learned at home and begin to appreciate the real value of their Plumfield education.
    Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) was an American novelist best known as author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. She was an advocate of abolition, women's rights, and temperance.

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