Christmas marks the beginning of the story. Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, the March girls, have agreed to give up their Christmas presents, which makes them unhappy.
When Laurie is bored one day, he sees the March sisters leaving for the woods. He follows them and discovers that they are attending a meeting of the Busy Bee society, a club where members must each keep themselves occupied while sitting outside.
The March family acknowledges that Beth will bite the dust, and they make things as agreeable as could be expected. Jo goes into depression after she passes away. She is indecisive, but her mother encourages her to write. Jo writes a heartfelt story that is so good that her father decides to publish it for her. Jo writes more in the style of the story, which draws a lot of attention.
He comforts Amy when he learns of Beth's passing from Laurie. They get together and spend time together; They eventually get married. They wed for Amy to be permitted to return home with Laurie, and they shock the family with this news when they show up. Jo is uncertain about her future. Unexpectedly, Professor Bhaer comes to visit and stays for a while.
When the Professor is present, they observe Jo's transformation. They will soon be engaged. However, the Professor does not yet have the funds to get married. He spends a year teaching and earning money in the west. Jo receives her house after Aunt March passes away, making it possible for her and the Professor to wed. In the large house, Jo opens a school for boys.