A poor farmer's daughter changes the life of a spoiled princess . . .
A fearless young girl saves her town from British soldiers . . .
Two elderly sisters come up with a plan to help a sickly child . . .
A country girl shows her city cousin that simple can be best . . .
From the author of the beloved classic little women come ten short stories to delight and charm. Throughout her life, Louisa May Alcott published many stories in children's magazines, and now ten of the best of these tales have been collected here. Filled with characters who have all the warmth, liveliness, and appeal of Jo March and her sisters, these stories will open up a whole new world for Alcott fans, and remain every bit as captivating as when they were first written, over a century ago.