1874. Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women, is universally recognized as the greatest and most popular story teller for children in her generation. She has known the way to the hearts of young people, not only in her own class, or even country, but in every condition of life, and in many foreign lands. Left an orphan after her father's death, Rose Campbell is sent to live at Aunt Hill with her six aunts and seven boy cousins. For someone who was used to a girl's boarding school, it all seems pretty overwhelming. Six aunts fussing and fretting over her are bad enough, but what is a quiet 13-year-old girl to do with seven boisterous boy cousins? A delightful and wholesome read for young girls. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.