Fairly good dustwrapper which is worn and torn. Pages browning.
This, the sequel to Little Men, tells how Jo's Boys, now grown-ups, go out into the world to earn their living. Each has his own problems, heartaches and joys, and Jo, who still retains an interest in all her boys, feels accordingly for them and helps to guide them along the road to success and happiness. We read too of the ambitions and desires of the girls, and of Meg and Amy who, as before, are constantly on hand to help and teach the girls.
Many generations of girls have enjoyed Louisa Alcott's wonderful stories, and today they are as fresh and entertaining as ever. When you finish Jo's Boys it will be with a feeling of satisfaction, but also of sadness that there are no more tales of the lovable March family.