Invincible Louisa: The Story of the Author of Little Women

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Scholastic, Jul 1, 1988
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Review: Invincible Louisa: The Story of the Author of Little Women

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

Another Newbery Medal winner - The author definitely idolizes Louisa May Alcott. Personally, I found the book long and not very exciting. I can't image that many (if any) kids today would want to read ... Read full review

Review: Invincible Louisa: The Story of the Author of Little Women

User Review  - Benji Martin - Goodreads

I was very pleased with this one. It wasn't the first biography of Louisa I'd read. I'm a big fan of her and her sometimes wise, occasionally very foolish, but always lovable father. It is one of the ... Read full review

Contents

Damask Roses
1
Boston Common
24
Running in the Wind
48
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About the author (1988)

Cornelia Meigs was a prolific children's book author who began her career in 1915 and continued to write into the 1970s. She won the Newbery Medal in 1934 for "Invincible Louisa," her biography of Louisa May Alcott. She lived in Havre de Grace, Maryland, at the time of her death in 1973.

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