Jan Turnquist joins me on the podcast this week to discuss a special bookish destination for fans of Little Women. Orchard House, the home of the novel’s author, Louisa May Alcott is located in Concord, Massachusetts. We discussed why you should visit Orchard House, upcoming special events to mark Little Women’s 150th anniversary, favorite Alcott related reads and more.
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Orchard House is holding a celebration on Sunday, September 30th to mark the day Little Women was published 150 years ago:
You can find the event details here.
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Laura Szaro Kopinski
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