Now married, the warm-hearted and fiesty Jo Bhaer (nee March) couldn’t be happier. Jo, along with her husband Professor Friedrich Bhaer, operates the Plumfield Estate School, an unconventional school based on individuality and diversity. Plumfield is a haven for poor orphans which is attended by 12 adopted boy and Jo’s own two sons. Although Plumfield is a place of trust and warmth, the boys occasionally struggle to maintain good manners. Personal relationships are key to the school, as well as to the novel, and the lovable characters get up to plenty of scrapes and adventures, but in the end, even the troublesome among them find redemption in the love and support of the extended March family. „Little Men, or Life at Plumfield with Jo’s Boys” is the delightful unofficial sequel to Louisa May Alcott’s „Little Women”, which is completed with Alcott’s 1886 novel „Jo’s Boys, and How They Turned Out”: A Sequel to „Little Men”.