Tag Archives: Louisa May Alcott

How Reading Made Me a Feminist

Today is Women’s Equality Day, a commemorating the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote and a day to acknowledge the courageous women who fought (and who are still fighting) to secure the rights and … Continue reading

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Top 10 Teachers from Books and Literature

With the Labor Day weekend just around the corner, kids are enjoying the final days of summer vacation before starting school sometime next week. But for many teachers, the school year has already (unofficially) started as they set up their … Continue reading

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Fourth of July Fashion – The Great American Novel

I am getting ready for the Fourth of July with a great outfit inspired by the Great American Novel – or at least some of my favorite pieces of American literature.   I wanted a classic red, white, and blue … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Louisa May Alcott

Today is Louisa May Alcott’s birthday and I say we should celebrate with a tea party! Ever since I saw that it was Louisa’s birthday, I’ve been thinking of Little Women and how much that book has meant to me … Continue reading

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