Listen to the beloved classic about strong familial love and the bonds of sisterhood in this InAudio presentation of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
When published in 1968, the world first fell in love with this semiautobiographical story of the March sisters, and to this day the classic story is beloved and frequently adapted for the stage and screen. Little Women tells the story of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March, sisters who love each other and work hard building their earnest lives in Massachusetts during the Civil War. The story follows their lives growing up together, working, going to school and navigating into adulthood. Along the way they face love and loss, trials and joys. The sisters dynamic personalities color their relationships and circumstances in unique ways, and help readers find common ground with the characters from another time and place. The charming writing and closeness of the sisters, as well as the timeless themes and emotions, make Little Women a classic for the ages.