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Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy : The Story of Little Women and Why it Still Matters

Author : Anne Boyd Rioux
Call Number : 813 RIO

To coincide with the 150th anniversary of the publication of Little Women, Anne Boyd Rioux's lively and informative [book] makes it clear why having these fictive young women implanted in my 
consciousness has been a good thing, helpful for every girl facing the challenges of growing up to be a woman…
Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy does what—ideally—books about books can do: I've taken Little Women down from the shelf and put it on top of the books I plan to read. I'm curious to check in on the March sisters, and—inspired by Anne Boyd Rioux—find out how they seem to me now.

The New York Times Book Review 
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