El fantasma de las niñas, by Louisa May Alcott

6978312Original titles: Jerseys, or the girls’ ghost;
The silver party;
The hare and the tortoise;
The banner of Beaumanoir;
How they camped out;
Music and macaroni

All those original titles are the ones from the short stories that this book compiles. It’s the first time in ages that I read something from Alcott that is actually new for me. These tales are very heterogeneous, going from every day-kind-of stories, to fantastic episodes to medieval-like settlements. Some of these stories remind me a lot of the things I loved from Little Women or An old-fashioned girl, so they were my favorite. The rest of them were kind of odd, but still lovable.

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