mr. march isin washintong and he is very sick. please come quickly.
from, s. hale.
the girls were very unhahappy. mrs. march´s face waswhite.
children, listen to me! she said. help me, please. laurie, please write to mr. hale. i´m going to take the morning train.yes, mrs. march, laurie said.
jo, take a letter to Aunt march. i´m going to ask her for money, Beth, ask mr. laurence for foot anddrink for mrs. march. amy, get my black bag, come and help me.
later, mr. btooke came to the house.
he said to meg, miss march,i want to go with your mother tomorrow. i can do some work for mr. laurence in washintong, too.
thank you, meg said. motherwould like that.
yes, thank you, mr. brooke, she said. then she asked, ehere´s jo?
the front door opened. it was jo.
jo... yourhair! mrs. march said. jo´s hair was very short. what did you do?
aunt march is reading your letter, she said. but here´s some moneyor father from me. i webt to a man in twon. he buys hair.oh. jo
, thank you, mrs. march said. i love you for this.
jo smiled ather mother, but that night she didn´t sleep.
what´s wrong, jo? meg asked.
my hair! jo said. her eyes were red. my hair!.