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Little Women and Me by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

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Little Women and Me
Lauren Baratz-Logsted


Bloomsbury
January 2013
On Sale: January 5, 2013
336 pages
ISBN: 1619630338
EAN: 9781619630338
Paperback
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Emily is sick and tired of being a middle sister. So when she gets an assignment to describe what she'd change about a classic novel, Emily pounces on Little Women. After all, if she can't change things in her own family, maybe she can bring a little justice to the March sisters. (Kill off Beth? Have cute Laurie wind up with Amy instead of Jo? What was Louisa May Alcott thinking?!) But when Emily gets mysteriously transported into the 1860s world of the book, she discovers that righting fictional wrongs won't be easy. And after being immersed in a time and place so different from her own, it may be Emily--not the four March sisters--who undergoes the most surprising change of all.

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