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Jane Austen for Kids
by Nancy I. Sanders
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Release Date: October 2018

Jane Austen for Kids is an exciting introduction to one of the most influential and best-loved novelists in English literature. Often compared to William Shakespeare, Austen’s genius was her cast of characters—so timeless and real that readers know them in their own families and neighborhoods today. Her book’s universal themes—love and hate, hope and disappointment, pride and prejudice, sense and sensibility—still tug at heartstrings today in cultures spanning the globe. Jane Austen lived through some of the most important events in history—the American Revolution, the French Revolution, British expansion in India, and the Napoleonic Wars. She wrote about daily life in England as she knew it, growing up a clergyman’s daughter among the upper class of landowners, providing readers with a window into the soul of a lively, imaginative, and industrious woman in an age when most women were simply obscure shadows among society. A time line, resources for further study, places to visit, and 21 enriching activities round out this great resource for any reader looking for the woman behind the words.

CLICK HERE for printable summaries of Jane Austen’s novels plus links to read each novel online.

CLICK HERE for printable summaries of Jane Austen’s “History of England” and “Love and Friendship” plus links to read each piece online.

CLICK HERE for links to country dances with videos to watch and music to dance by.

 

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