The In The Bookcase blog is holding a Louisa May Alcott summer reading challenge so you know I have to participate!
Here’s what I plan on reading:
2. Finish my re-read of Louisa May Alcott:
A Biography* by Madeleine B. Stern
(Also Old Books, Rare Friends: Two Literary Sleuths and Their Shared Passion by Madeline B. Stern and Leona Rostenberg since Leona’s discovering of Louisa’s alter ego, A. M. Barnard, was made while Madeline was researching her biography)
3. Finish Eight Cousins
4. Read Work: A Story of Experience
5. At least start Louisa M. Alcott, Her Life, Letters and Journals,
edited by Ednah Cheney
Come and do this with me!
Just click on the picture above to find out more about this challenge. It’s really easy and should make for a nice summer. And, it’s a very appropriate way to celebrate the centennial of Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House as a museum.
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