Book Review: Little Women

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Hi! I’m Annalee, and I’m going to do book reviews for Marigold Girls! I’m only reviewing books that are totally compliant with the 13th Article of Faith, and that are really fun to read. So if you love to read, this is for you! Enjoy!

One of my most favorite books in the whole world is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. This is a ‘classical’ book, so the wording can be kind of difficult sometimes. However, once you get used to it, it’s a lot of fun to read and pretend you’re in the days of the delightful main characters!

Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy are the four sisters around whom the story is centered. They are growing up in the days of the Civil War, and their father is serving as a chaplain in the army (a minister). These girls are totally relatable. My guess is you’ll find yourself saying “Wow! She sounds exactly like me!” or “That’s happened to me so many times!”

You will laugh and cry as you read this book over and over – trust me, I know! This is the kind of book that never, ever gets old. Don’t believe me? Well, it’s survived from the 1860s! That’s 150 years of Little Women! I’m telling you, it doesn’t get old!

Let us know in the comments how you liked Little Women! And look forward to more book reviews in the near future!

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