Monday, May 30, 2016
From the time I was young, Little Women by Louisa May Alcott has been among my most favorite of books. As I grew older my tastes changed, from the Baby-Sitters Club to Fear Street, and finally it has evolved into almost exclusively reading non-fiction as an adult. But time and again, I know that the most comforting and wonderful of books for me will always be Little Women. I own at least fifteen different copies and can never pass up the chance to snag a new one.
Books in general are of great comfort and refuge, and can accompany you anywhere. Which book in particular provides this for you?