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The Quiet Little Woman/Tilly's Christmas/Rosa's Tale: Three Enchanting Christmas Stories

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  • Posted January 24, 2013

    This one book features 3 lovely Christmas stories, each penned b

    This one book features 3 lovely Christmas stories, each penned by Louisa May Alcott.

    Timid Patty is a small girl who has been adopted into a new family. Her story (entitled "The Quiet Little Woman") is the first one in this book.
    Instead of considering Patty as a daughter, the new family treats her like a servant, always making her do the extra work around the house. Patty only has one small glimmer of love around her--and it's 20 miles away. Can the Christmas spirit bring love & joy closer to home?

    You'll also cherish the second tale in this book "Tilly's Christmas", which tells a story about the most important gifts you can give.

    The third story is "Rosa's Tale"... where a special Christmas surprise befalls a young girl named Belinda, and a lovely bay mare.

    These 3 stories make a great read for anyone who enjoys the classics, and the book would be especially splendid to have on a cold Winter day.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2005

    So good!!!!!

    It's a good Christmas story and very sad. I did a play on it and it turned out great I'd give it 5 stars!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2000

    Great stories by a classic author

    It's no wonder Louisa May Alcott's books are still read; they're well-written, enjoyable, and amazing!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2000

    A must have for your read aloud library

    This book is truly a treasure. It speaks of thinking more of others and less of self. It holds values high, as a way of life, rather than a subject to merely talk about. Young and old will find this collection of stories a source of encouragement as well as challenging to be more like the characters in the stories.

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