Life has been idyllic for Jo March. Happily married, she has been overseeing the rough-and-tumble atmosphere of Plumfield, a boarding school for boys in rural Massachusetts. Then her charmed world explodes around her and she finds herself scrambling to keep some part of her dream alive. In an uphill battle for a woman alone, Jo must call on all the courage, boldness and daring of her youth to keep Plumfield going...and to survive. Out of desperation, she turns to an unlikely source of help - with no idea of the surprising impact it will have on the school, the boys of Plumfield and her own life.
They killed off Joe's husband so she could have a romance? Oh sure no problem.NOT! Also I missed Meg's kids being in the story.Oh yeah and Joe's other son. Read morePublished on June 18 2004
I agree with the other reviews. This is a great family series. I happened across it on PAX before I received my Dish network. Read morePublished on May 22 2004 by Shaffer Family
I enjoyed little men very much I was very happy to hear that it would be released on DVD as I had seen all the episodes on the hallmark channel. Read morePublished on May 20 2004
This series was based upon the classic Louisa May Alcott book "Little Men". Although it does move away from the book in certain ways, the series still brings the charm... Read morePublished on June 13 2003 by Scarecrow
I found this show on one of my digital cable stations while just flipping stations and was hooked after watching just one episode. Read morePublished on March 8 2003 by SuperGirlJ
I watched this when it was on the PAX channel, and my whole family enjoyed it! It is a charming series, which includes a new romance with caretaker Nick Riley, adventure, humor, a... Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2003 by Growing in Grace