I’m not a big old movies fan, but when I tried Little Men, I really enjoyed it. Little Men is the sequel to Little Women, a movie about sisters named Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, based on the stories by Louisa May Alcott. Little Men is about Jo, who’s husband has died and she has been left to run Plum Field, which is her school made from her deceased great aunt’s marvelous mansion.
Jo has her farm hand, Nick, and her cook, Asia to help her run the school. She has about 7-10 students, two of which are girls. One of the girls is introduced in about the third episode. She is Jo’s sister Amy’s prim daughter, and her name is Bess. The other girl is a motherless child who is tomboyish, tough, and headstrong, and her name is Anthea. But, of course, she thinkes it’s too fancy, so she goes by Nan. The girls bring a fun touch into the school of boys, all of which are grieving over Mr. Bhaer, who was Jo’s husband.
This series is very dramatic, with twists, turns, and extreme fun. The children learn a lot, and are very contented at Plum Field. I really love this show. It’s even better than Little Women, in my opinion. But, the show is different than the book, which is what my mom is reading. Better yet, Little Men is Prime on Amazon Videos, so if you don’t know where to find it, check Amazon Videos. It’s a very homey, relaxing family tv show, and it’s becoming my favorite. All episodes are about 45 minutes long, and are a very good size, if you ask me. So, please try Little Men. I hope I’ve supplied enough information to get you interested enough to check out this beloved, heartwarming, dramatic story.