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Introduce your children to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with beautiful illustrations and abridged text. Seek and find characters from the popular, romantic book Pride and Prejudice on each page and follow them throughout the story. Each page contains beautifully illustrated characters to find and details to spot, accompanied by abridged text. Search for the Bennet fami Introduce your children to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with beautiful illustrations and abridged text. Seek and find characters from the popular, romantic book Pride and Prejudice on each page and follow them throughout the story. Each page contains beautifully illustrated characters to find and details to spot, accompanied by abridged text. Search for the Bennet family at their home in Longbourne, Jane and Bingley falling in love at the Netherfield Ball, Lizzie and Darcy strolling around Pemberley, and much more. This seek-and-find book is the perfect way to introduce younger children to the world of Jane Austen.


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Introduce your children to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with beautiful illustrations and abridged text. Seek and find characters from the popular, romantic book Pride and Prejudice on each page and follow them throughout the story. Each page contains beautifully illustrated characters to find and details to spot, accompanied by abridged text. Search for the Bennet fami Introduce your children to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with beautiful illustrations and abridged text. Seek and find characters from the popular, romantic book Pride and Prejudice on each page and follow them throughout the story. Each page contains beautifully illustrated characters to find and details to spot, accompanied by abridged text. Search for the Bennet family at their home in Longbourne, Jane and Bingley falling in love at the Netherfield Ball, Lizzie and Darcy strolling around Pemberley, and much more. This seek-and-find book is the perfect way to introduce younger children to the world of Jane Austen.

30 review for Pride and Prejudice

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sean Barrs

    Search and find books are usually aimed at children. They are a good bit of fun, but they are also a good study tool for adult readers alike. Jane Austen is a fantastic novelist, but her style of writing can be daunting for those not used to such heavy prose. It is very easy to become lost in the myriad of dialogue, characters and events. I find a good plot summary helps when approaching her works, this was especially so in the case of the perplexing and long-winded Emma. Pride and Prejudice is m Search and find books are usually aimed at children. They are a good bit of fun, but they are also a good study tool for adult readers alike. Jane Austen is a fantastic novelist, but her style of writing can be daunting for those not used to such heavy prose. It is very easy to become lost in the myriad of dialogue, characters and events. I find a good plot summary helps when approaching her works, this was especially so in the case of the perplexing and long-winded Emma. Pride and Prejudice is more plot driven than Emma but it can still be a tricky novel at times. What's great about this book is that you learn about the original text without even realising you are doing so. The locations of the novel, Netherfield Hall, Meryton, Longbourne and Pemberley, are put into plot context as you search for characters within the setting. Mr Darcy, the Bennets and the Bingleys are hidden in plain sight. You spot them out and consider why they are actually in the location in the first place. Before you know it, the book is giving you subtle nuanced details about the plot and character's intentions. The images themselves are very quaint; they capture the revelry and gaiety associated with the early nineteenth century social sphere. Everybody is looking to get along, and make social advances. The colouring is sharp and each individual character is very distinct. One of the search items was Darcy's famous letter to Elizabeth Bennet, a great idea I thought, though having more objects to find rather than people would have made for a welcome change of pace. The letter is a very important aspect of the plot, but there also other important objects that could also have been used. This book should ideally be read before the main work. You don't exactly need to know anything about Austen before picking it up. It certainly would give you many details about what is to come, the resolution included. If you don't mind spoilers this should not bother you at all. Though I think most people will know the ending of this novel before reading it, so I don't foresee any problems there. That being said, I have read the full novel (twice actually), and I still enjoyed this so it can also be used as a refresher tool. It's also a great way to slowly bring young readers into the world of classic novels. The visual imagery will allow them to understand the costumes and the period nature of the writing. It's a good little peak into the world of Austen before attempting to read the full work.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Well, yeah, it's a collectible item for me(I collect p&p books) but it was super boring. Way too easy to seek and find, it's mostly just people that you need to find. I would've liked to find more ribbons and needles 😅 Even children can find these.... Oh, and the text was not needed, just a list of what the charatcers are doing in the picture 🙄 "Lizzy is angry, darcy is looking at Lizzy, Jane is happy..." But I like the illustrations and the idea. Well, yeah, it's a collectible item for me(I collect p&p books) but it was super boring. Way too easy to seek and find, it's mostly just people that you need to find. I would've liked to find more ribbons and needles 😅 Even children can find these.... Oh, and the text was not needed, just a list of what the charatcers are doing in the picture 🙄 "Lizzy is angry, darcy is looking at Lizzy, Jane is happy..." But I like the illustrations and the idea.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Selah

    Short on substance, but *lovely* illustrations.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Casey Koester

    I wanted to love this SO bad, but it just isn't what I hoped it would be. The illustrations for finding hidden items are very broad and spacious (not like I Spy or Where's Waldo, where everything is crammed together, making the hunt more fun). There are very few little fun surprises in the illustrations, which is a missed opportunity. And the illustrations themselves are rather flat and boring. In the first few pages, all you are looking for are the characters and they are very hard to distinguis I wanted to love this SO bad, but it just isn't what I hoped it would be. The illustrations for finding hidden items are very broad and spacious (not like I Spy or Where's Waldo, where everything is crammed together, making the hunt more fun). There are very few little fun surprises in the illustrations, which is a missed opportunity. And the illustrations themselves are rather flat and boring. In the first few pages, all you are looking for are the characters and they are very hard to distinguish from other characters in the illustration.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    These are rather pretty books to add to our home library. Abridged classics with a seek and find format finding characters or objects throughout the pages. We enjoyed the read, but it was still a tad lengthy for a bedtime book. We enjoyed the background information on the author and book at the beginning, and the artwork is rather fun.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Briela

    Me gustaron las ilustraciones, es la historia resumida como tal, tienes que ver las páginas y encontrar los personajes mencionados en las escenas. Te mantiene entretenido viendo cada ilustración. Una pieza más a la colección de OyP

  7. 5 out of 5

    Redgie

    Sooo cute!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karina Apriyani

    Unique and beautiful book.. I love it.. 😍

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aquetzalli Abnegatsuki

    Simplemente hermoso, es una rápida y entretenida forma de volver a leer esta historia que tanto me encanta 😍😍

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    A fun novelty book for Jane Austen fans. A sort of "Where's Waldo?" of Pride and Prejudice. (Though not very challenging.) A fun novelty book for Jane Austen fans. A sort of "Where's Waldo?" of Pride and Prejudice. (Though not very challenging.)

  11. 4 out of 5

    Allen Anis Sanita

    A fun collectible book for Pride and Prejudice or Jane Austen fan, and i love its beautiful illustrations. Even my little brother enjoyed it and he's someone who avoids book at all cost. :) A fun collectible book for Pride and Prejudice or Jane Austen fan, and i love its beautiful illustrations. Even my little brother enjoyed it and he's someone who avoids book at all cost. :)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    What a cute book! It's like Where's Waldo for Jane Austen fans! What a cute book! It's like Where's Waldo for Jane Austen fans!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Beautiful illustrations and a fun way to have a more sophisticated seek and find book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dyah

    It's superfun, even my kid enjoys it. It's superfun, even my kid enjoys it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mortisha Cassavetes

    I just love Seek and Find Books and Jane Austen is my all time favorite author. What a perfect book for me! Beautiful Illustrations. I would recommend this to everyone of every age.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Star ☔️

    This book is beautiful and a lot of fun. Great way to introduce young ones to Jane Austen.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    Ok I am not going to begrudge my reading goal this book because technically I did read it, even though it happens that this is a children's book with maybe a handful of words on every page lol. I love the illustrations, and though I think for children it could be difficult to identify very similar looking characters by hair colour, this will definitely be the introduction I will make to any potential kids of mine to Pride and Prejudice. On a side note IDK why in the world I thought this would be Ok I am not going to begrudge my reading goal this book because technically I did read it, even though it happens that this is a children's book with maybe a handful of words on every page lol. I love the illustrations, and though I think for children it could be difficult to identify very similar looking characters by hair colour, this will definitely be the introduction I will make to any potential kids of mine to Pride and Prejudice. On a side note IDK why in the world I thought this would be an adult book? Did my brain have an actual meltdown on bookdepository.com?? However when I looked at the date and time of ordering it was like 12:34AM on a wine wednesday lol.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mariana Cueto

    I mean, it was a fun little thing to read. I read it in like 20 minutes. It was reallt short and I didnt really see the point on it, but it was still fun to read. I would not, however, recommend.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Alexis

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Dunn

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ane Mylund Pedersen

  22. 5 out of 5

    Drew

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rosy Hernandez

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tess

  25. 4 out of 5

    Estelle

  26. 4 out of 5

    Aude

  27. 4 out of 5

    Laura Nuñez

  28. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Coyne

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jenna Taylor

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sam

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