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review Jo's Boys, and How They Turned Out: A Sequel to Little Men Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB á Beginning ten years after Little Men Jo’s Boys revisits Plumfield the New England school still presided over by Jo and her husband Professor Bhaer Jo remains at the center of the tale surrounded by herL and promising musician Nat as they experience shipwreck and storm disappointment and even murder Bantam Classics Synopsi. I grew to love all the characters in Little Men so one is bound to love this one just as much There's plenty of laughter and fun in this book The end bit has some emotional scenes with wandering Dan and I would have loved to see him happy Ah but that is life A lovely read

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Beginning ten years after Little Men Jo’s Boys revisits Plumfield the New England school still presided over by Jo and h. Jo's Boys is my personal favourite in the Little Women series The book really touched me on an emotional level especially Dan's story line and I was a little sad that he did not get a conventional 'happy ending' like the other boys did

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Jo's Boys and How They Turned Out A Sequel to Little MenEr husband Professor Bhaer Jo remains at the center of the tale surrounded by her boys including rebellious Dan sailor Emi. Finally I started reading this as soon as I finished Little Men but didn't really get into so put it down for a few months Around page 150 I suddenly got hooked on the stories within the book because every chapter in an Alcott novel has its own individual plot and read a few chapters every day until I finished it It's obvious at the end that it's the last book she'll write about the March family as the last page lists what happens to every character which is a bit sad as Alcott's novels are always such sweet simple reads Luckily I have Eight Cousins and Rose in Bloom on my bookcase to read I once read the synopsis of one of Alcott's older less popular novels on and it was described as a collection of wholesome and moralistic stories which I think is a perfect description of Jo's Boys A lot of people these days don't like stories which have meanings and morals but I do I guess I'm kind of old fashioned in that way I would love to live in a family similar to that of Jo March's 910