How can you forge your own path in times of war, uncertainty and hardship?
Meg longs for marriage; Amy wants to be a painter; Beth is content to stay at home; while Jo wants adventure and a life without limits. Four decidedly different sisters, growing up during the American Civil War, each facing their own unique challenge.
Little Women tells the story of the March sisters. Through parties, travel, illness, arguments, dinners, love affairs and ice skating escapades, we follow these unforgettable women as they come of age.
First published over 150 years ago, Little Women is a quintessential American classic has become a stage and screen favourite ever since, capturing the hearts of millions of readers across the world.
Louisa May Alcott was a 19th-century American novelist best known for her novel, Little Women, as well as its well-loved sequels, Little Men and Jo's Boys. Little Women is renowned as one of the very first classics of children's literature, and remains a popular masterpiece today.