[Free Audiobook] Little Women by Louisa May Alcott [Classic Literature Novel]

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is her classic lit novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Penguin Random House Audio.

This audibook edition is read by actress Christina Ricci (of The Addams Family movie fame) and is an unabridged edition giving the full story of the four sisters of the March family and their various adventures during the mid-19th century, which was originally published in 1868 and has since become a much-beloved coming-of-age classic for readers of all ages.

Offered only until 11:59 AM Eastern Time on March 24th, available DRM-free to Canada & the US (possibly other countries as well), as PRH Audio’s featured Free Book of the Month offer.

Free for a limited time, just until 11:59 AM Eastern Time on March 24th, directly @ the publisher’s special promo page (DRM-free .m4a AAC file (compatible with iTunes and easily convertible to MP3), approx 540 mb, in exchange for newsletter signup with valid email; you will be able to right-click save-as to direct-download the file afterwards, don’t direct-click the link as it will try to load the entire thing into your browser window), and you can read more about the title on its regular catalogue page.

This is their featured monthly free book selection for Women’s History Month and is officially only available to Canada & the US when downloaded via their Volumes app for iDevices, but may be free to other countries as well via the webpage method.

The four March sisters–Meg, Amy, Beth, and feisty Jo–share the joys and sorrows of growing up while their father is away at war. The family is poor in worldly goods, but rich in love and character.


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