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This show is wonderful. Based on Louisa May Alcott's book "Little Men", the sequel to "Little Women", this show takes place in Concord, Massachusetts. Jo Bhaer runs a school for boys, which is in financial trouble, so she starts accepting girls.
As an hour-long drama, "Little Men" is very much in the vein of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" and "Road to Avonlea". Well written and acted, kids and parents should enjoy this show together.
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