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Eight cousins / / Louisa May Alcott

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Material Type
E-Book
Author
Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888.
Publication Info.
[Auckland, N.Z.] : Floating Press, [2010]
Publication Info.
copyright 2010

Details

Description
1 electronic document (347 pages)
Note
Archived by the National Library of New Zealand.
Title from PDF t.p. (viewed on Mar. 25, 2011).
Hypertext links contained in the archived instances of this title are non-functional. Nz
Contents
Two girls -- The clan -- Uncles -- Aunts -- A belt and a box -- Uncle Alec's room -- A trip to China -- And what came of it -- Phebe's secret -- Rose's sacrifice -- Poor Mac -- "The other fellows" -- Cosey Corner -- A happy birthday -- Ear-rings -- Bread and button-holes -- Good bargains -- Fashion and physiology -- Brother Bones -- Under the mistletoe -- A scare -- Something to do -- Peace-making -- Which?
Summary
If you loved Little women, Louisa May Alcott's moving account of the upbringing of four sisters in nineteenth-century Massachusetts, don't miss Eight cousins, a similarly stirring novel that follows the childhood and young adulthood of plucky protagonist Rose Campbell, the sole female child born to her extended family. Rose struggles to fit in with her seven male cousins, and learns a thing or two about genteel Boston Brahmin society along the way.
Subject
Girls -- Fiction.
Orphans -- Juvenile fiction.
Cousins -- Juvenile fiction.
Families -- Juvenile fiction.
Children of the rich -- Fiction.
New England -- Fiction.
JUVENILE FICTION -- General.
Children of the rich.
Cousins.
Families.
Girls.
Orphans.
New England.
Genre/Form
Fiction.
Electronic books.
Juvenile works.
ISBN
9781775419129 (ebook)