It’s been 150 years since Little Women was published. Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel has been embraced by generations of readers since its release and it remains one of the most popular children’s classics.
This coming-of-age tale introduced readers to the March sisters, four young women whose unique personalities and endearing tales quickly grabbed the hearts of readers. Through the highs and hardships of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, Little Women explores the struggle of leaving behind adolescence and entering adulthood, and the journey to find and accept one’s identity while facing the growing pressures of societal expectations.
In celebration of its 150th anniversary year, Vintage Classics and imprint of Penguin Random House will be publishing a special edition of the novel featuring a new and colorful cover.
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This special edition will not only reintroduce readers to the story of the March sisters, but it will allow readers to explore their later tales as it includes the novel’s sequel, Good Wives.
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