Jo had grown her own saucy self again since Teddy came home (p. 407).
"Come away, Impertinence, and don't shock my family by calling me names before their faces," answered Amy (p. 408).
"Don't laugh, but your nose is such a comfort to me," and Amy softly caressed the well-cut feature with artistic satisfaction (p. 409).
Possible Discussion Questions:
Are they any parts of this book that you'd forgotten, if you've read it before? Or that you like better or worse than you used to?