A sequel to the extremely popular Little Men, Jo’s Boys returns to examine the lives of the beloved Plumfield boys, including Tommy, Nat, Dan, Demi, and Emil. Following them through their adult lives, the boys set out upon careers, fall in love, marry, and encounter further trials and difficulties that must be surmounted.
Jo’s Boys is the last novel by Louisa May Alcott to feature the March sisters and the Plumfield boys, and, along with Little Women and Little Men, makes up the unofficial Little Women series.
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by on October 20, 2016
- HarperCollins Canada, September 2014
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