30 Austen books (littles)
Goodnight Mr. Darcy

Goodnight Mr. Darcy

Bedtime classic Goodnight Moon gets an Austenite twist in this adorable board book. Our beloved Pride and Prejudice characters appear at the Netherfield Ball in a cute parody. "In the great ballroom, there was a country dance, and a well-played tune, and Elizabeth Bennett; and Mr. Darcy surprised, by a pair of fine eyes ... And don't forget Jane with a blush and Mr. Bingley turned to mush, and a gossiping mother and father saying hush."

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Where’s Jane?

Where’s Jane?

This Where's Waldo-esque book follows Jane through ballrooms and other colorful scenes from her famous novels. Find her characters among the crows and scenery, too. Perfect as a coffee table book or on the shelf of your favorite little Janeite, this adorably illustrated seek-and-find book is a must-have for Austen fans of all ages. More info →
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Little Miss Austen: Sense and Sensibility

Little Miss Austen: Sense and Sensibility

Learn about opposites with Austen's famous sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. In a series of illustrations inspired by the novel, this board book explores the differences between people, places, and things (like happy Mr. Willoughby and sad Colonel Brandon). More info →
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Little People, Big Dreams: Jane Austen

Little People, Big Dreams: Jane Austen

Learn all about the life of Jane Austen with quirky illustration and fun facts in this educational biography. From Jane's upbringing to her astounding writing career, this sweet book covers the basics and just might inspire the next great writer of our time. Perfect for gifting, for reading with a little one, or for brushing up on your own Austen trivia knowledge. More info →
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Emma (Cozy Classics)

Emma (Cozy Classics)

“Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to united some of the best blessings of existence, and had lived nearly twenty-one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her. . . ” In this case, Emma lives in a beautiful world made of felt, perfectly cozy in the pages of this charming board book adaptation. More info →
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