A timeless classic comes alive with Francesca Rossi's gorgeous illustrations, now in a smaller format.
What is the secret that lies behind the great, long-lasting success of a novel set in the United States during the Civil War and written way back in 1868 by Louisa May Alcott? It is probably the fresh, realistic ,and lively personality of the protagonists of the story, the four March sisters (Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy)—whom readers cannot help identifying with—who while growing up face the challenges and difficulties of life. The story of these four sisters, who are so different from one another and so realistic, with typical youthful shortcomings and dreams, is presented in this book in an original and modern way, thanks to the wonderful drawings by Francesca Rossi, an artist who knows how to render the full sense of the books she illustrates.
Francesca Rossi was born in 1983 and graduated from the International School of Comics in Florence. She publishes illustrated books with various Italian publishers and does drawings for covers and posters. In addition to illustrating, she offers educational workshops in schools and libraries, and creates and decorates ceramic art. For White Star Kids, she curated the Classic Fairytales series, Who's Afraid of Witches? 100 Fun Activities for Brave Children, Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? 100 Fun Activities for Brave Children, Classic Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault, and the titles Fairy Tale Adventures, Forest Fairy Tales, and The Magical World of Princesses.
Louisa May Alcott was an American novelist, short story writer, and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys.