Little Women


In Little Women; or Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, four sisters learn of love, identity, sacrifice, and generosity in a coming-of-age story cherished by generations of readers. • Rediscover this beloved classic in this elegant yet affordable Masterpiece Library Edition, honoring the Peter Pauper Press founders' tradition of publishing beautiful books.

• Deluxe bound hardcover embossed with iridescent highlighting.

• Gold foil-stamped spine

• Reinforced cloth quarter-binding

• Premium acid-free archival-quality paper

• Cream-color pages

• Matching satin ribbon bookmark with which to keep your place.

• 554 pages.

American writer Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) based her fictional March family and their home on her own childhood in Concord, Massachusetts. An instant success, Little Women has often been adapted for stage and screen. More than 150 years after its initial publication in 1868, Alcott's novel continues to invite reflection and reimagination from modern readers.