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Lulu's Library   By: (1832-1888)

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Lulu's Library by Louisa May Alcott is a delightful collection of short stories that is sure to capture the hearts of readers of all ages. The book follows the adventures of Lulu, a young girl who loves to read and explore the world around her. Each story is filled with charm, humor, and valuable life lessons that are beautifully woven into the narrative.

Alcott's writing is as enchanting as ever, showcasing her talent for creating engaging characters and vivid settings. Lulu's Library is a perfect blend of heartwarming moments and exciting escapades that will keep readers eagerly turning the pages. Whether Lulu is getting into mischief with her friends or discovering new treasures in her beloved library, there is never a dull moment in her world.

Overall, Lulu's Library is a charming collection that is sure to bring joy and inspiration to anyone who picks it up. Louisa May Alcott's timeless storytelling combined with the lovable character of Lulu make this a book that readers will want to revisit again and again.

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[Illustration: LULU'S LIBRARY]

LULU'S LIBRARY.

BY

LOUISA M. ALCOTT,

AUTHOR OF "LITTLE WOMEN," "AN OLD FASHIONED GIRL," "LITTLE MEN," "EIGHT COUSINS," "ROSE IN BLOOM," "UNDER THE LILACS," "JACK AND JILL," "JO'S BOYS," "HOSPITAL SKETCHES," "WORK, A STORY OF EXPERIENCE," "MOODS, A NOVEL," "PROVERB STORIES," "SILVER PITCHERS," "SPINNING WHEEL STORIES," "AUNT JO'S SCRAP BAG."

Vol. II.

THE FROST KING AND HOW THE FAIRIES CONQUERED HIM.

LILYBELL AND THISTLEDOWN.

RIPPLE, THE WATER SPRITE.

EVA'S VISIT TO FAIRYLAND.

SUNSHINE, AND HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

THE FAIRY SPRING.

QUEEN ASTER.

THE BROWNIE AND THE PRINCESS.

MERMAIDS.

LITTLE BUD.

THE FLOWER'S STORY.

BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY, 1901.

Copyright, 1887 , BY LOUISA M. ALCOTT.

University Press: JOHN WILSON AND SON, CAMBRIDGE.

TO

ELLEN T. EMERSON,

ONE OF THE GOOD FAIRIES WHO STILL REMAIN TO US, BELOVED BY POETS, LITTLE CHILDREN, AND MANY GRATEFUL HEARTS,

This Book

IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED

BY HER OLD FRIEND,

L. M. ALCOTT.

June, 1887.

PREFACE.

Most of these stories were written at sixteen for my younger sisters and their playmates, the little Emersons and Channings, and appeared some years later under the name of "Flower Fables... Continue reading book >>




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