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Bookshelf Must-Have:
Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice:
A Book-to-Table Classic

by the Brightly Editors

Teens and mature tweens in search of a swoon-worthy story need look no further than Pride and Prejudice. Originally published in 1813, Jane Austen’s timeless tale has captured the hearts of readers for over 200 years with its admirable heroine and unlikely romance — and this stunning new edition is no exception. You must allow us to tell you exactly how ardently we admire and love our latest Bookshelf Must-Have pick…

  • Why You Need: Pride and Prejudice

  • Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A Book-to-Table Classic

    by Jane Austen

    Flip open this Puffin Plated edition of Pride and Prejudice and you’ll find yourself transported to Regency-era England, where wealth and social standing reign supreme. Mrs. Bennet is fixated on marrying her five daughters off to rich men. Elizabeth, however, wants love — and absolutely nothing to do with the arrogant, exceedingly well-off Mr. Darcy, who seems solely interested in women of his social stature. It isn’t until complications (read: drama!) arise and they both abandon their previous misconceptions that they begin to see each other in a more positive light.

    This edition of Pride and Prejudice is beautifully designed with illustrations throughout and incorporates a selection of recipes for delicious treats, which means readers can imagine attending a ball while slicing into a homemade Sugar-and-Spice Cake or swoon over Darcy with French Almond Macaroons in hand. The food-centric take on a classic British tale is a perfect fit for readers who enjoy “The Great British Baking Show,” as well as Austen fans, who will jump at the chance to add this unique book to their collection.

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