A Garland for Girls
A Garland for Girls (1888) is a composition of short stories by Alcott that presents a series of pleasant stories using alluring characters of real life boys and girls with full splendour and encouragement. It also presents before the readers a number of girls who find absolute pleasure in little things. Moreover, it presents a characters in almost every situation; wealthy and deprived, proud and nervous, smart and childish girls that makes the reading more attractive.
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Just a sweet collection of short stories involving girls, and showing the strength of girlhood and the impact on those around them, when girls put thought and their whole selves into their endeavors. Read full review