My mother treated me to an early Christmas gift in the form of a LMA book I stumbled across at an antique shop. Unless there is some other dates I'm missing, it looks like the book was published in 1891. It's obviously worn and a bit frayed, but I don't mind. One thing that caught my attention was the name under the copyright, J.S.P. Alcott, which I am assuming is Louisa's nephew, John Sewell Pratt Alcott, Anna's younger son (I completely forgot that Louisa had adopted him). And I do love the dedication to Anna.