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Title; Contents; Dedication; Jack and Jill; Chapter I -- The Catastrophe; Chapter II -- Two Penitents; Chapter III -- Ward No. 1; Chapter IV -- Ward No. 2; Chapter V -- Secrets; Chapter VI -- Surprises; Chapter VII -- Jill's Mission; Chapter VIII -- Merry and Molly; Chapter IX -- The Debating Club; Chapter X -- The Dramatic Club; Chapter XI -- "Down Brakes"; Chapter XII -- The Twenty-Second of February; Chapter XIII -- Jack Has a Mystery; Chapter XIV -- And Jill Finds it Out; Chapter XV -- Saint Lucy; Chapter XVI -- Up at Merry's; Chapter XVII -- Down at Molly's; Chapter XVIII -- May Baskets.
Chapter XIX -- Good TemplarsChapter XX -- A Sweet Memory; Chapter XXI -- Pebbly Beach; Chapter XXII -- A Happy Day; Chapter XXIII -- Cattle Show; Chapter XXIV -- Down the River.
A delightful read for Alcott fans young and old, Jack and Jill: A Village Story was one of the many books that the famed author of Little Women wrote for juvenile readers. The story follows the travails of Jack and Jill, two children who are the best of friends and who together are tragically injured in a sledding accident. With the help of their mothers and a group of neighborhood pals, the two eventually recover from their injuries -- and learn a thing or two about life along the way.
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Print version: Alcott, Louisa May. Jack and Jill : A Village Story. Auckland : The Floating Press, ©1888
9781775451754 (electronic bk.)
1775451755 (electronic bk.)