photos

(Source: letusignite)

photos

(Source: letusignite)

photos

brain-food:

Little Women illustrations by Simona Bonafini

photos

playbill:

TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 2005, Louisa May Alcott’s novel Little Women arrives on Broadway as Jason Howland, Mindi Dickstein and Allan Knee’s musical adaptation opens at the Virginia Theatre. The production stars Sutton Foster stars as Jo, and Maureen McGovern as Marmee.

For more on Little Women, including a look inside the show’s opening night Playbill, visit PlaybillVault.com.

photos

(Source: letusignite)

photos

(Source: letusignite)

video

jomarchvlog:

Episode 2 is up! How does the March family celebrate the holidays when they are on a budget? Also what is Twinkles the Glittery elf?

video

jomarchvlog:

Our first episode!!!

If you reblog this episode and follow us you are entered to win:

  • The Jo March Vlog T-shirt
  • TJMV Poster
  • TJMV Magnet
  • Little Women 1933 DVD
  • Shout out from Jo on our Tumblr!

This ends May 10th, so reblog now!

Anonymous:
I read my mom's old copy of the book when I was a little girl and later watched the movie. But my book has a different ending than the movie. I'm so confused. Did the original book end earlier (before Beth died and Jo said no to Laurie) ?

Little Women was originally published as two books: Little Women and Good Wives. In some places it is still published this way, but in most modern US copies of the book they combine the two, usually labelling them parts one and two. Little Women, the first book ends just after John Brooke proposes to Meg. Good Wives picks up a few years later presumably when he has earned himself enough to support Meg as promised. 

photos

FAVORITE MOVIES  » Little Women 

"I don’t wanna die. I’ve never even been kissed. I’ve waited my whole to be kissed, and what if I miss it?"

(via jomarch)

photos

Little Women (1994)

(Source: dama-do-lago, via oldfilmsflicker)

photos

No! Don’t sit there, sit—
Here! Sit here child.

(Source: causeallkindsoftrouble, via harveyxspecter)

photo

intimesgonebyblog:

Little Women, Christmas.

intimesgonebyblog:

Little Women, Christmas.

photo

photo

meloncoliac:

FANGIRL CHALLENGE: 
     [5] Families -  The March’s, Little Women 

“…the love, respect, and confidence of my children was the sweetest reward I could receive for my efforts to be the woman I would have them copy.”

meloncoliac:

FANGIRL CHALLENGE:
[5] Families -
The March’s, Little Women

“…the love, respect, and confidence of my children was the sweetest reward I could receive for my efforts to be the woman I would have them copy.”

(Source: officialbacchus)