Little Miss Austen: Pride & Prejudice (Enhanced)

Little Miss Austen: Pride & Prejudice (Enhanced)

By Jennifer Adams

  • Release Date : 2011-09-15
  • Genre : Counting & Numbers
  • FIle Size : 28.59 MB
Score: 4.5
From 26 Ratings


Little Miss Austen: Pride & Prejudice (Enhanced) Stylish illustrations and clever text are just the beginning in this enhanced digital version of Little Miss Austen: Pride & Prejudice. Animated illustrations on every spread and narration by Utah Shakespeare Festival’s David Ivers transform this simple counting primer into an interactive experience. Tap the illustrations for sound effects and dialogue such as ringing church bells, whinnying horses, and Darcy’s marriage proposals. Bonus material includes helping Lizzy choose a dress for the ball and narration of the first chapter of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.


  • Perfect!

    By Kingpig
    I purchased this to go along with the board book (of the same name) for my 15 mo. old daughter. She loves them almost as much as I do!
  • The Kids Loved It

    By MissGirl1
    I put this on my iPad to give my nephews and nieces something to look at other than angry birds. My three-year-old niece loved the page where she gets to dress Lizzy and my five-year-old nephew loved the sound effects. He went through the entire book touching everything to see what made a noise. He also had fun counting along with the narrator.
  • Absolutely Enchanting

    By Judi Booti
    My iPad has a split personality - it lives one life during the day and another off the clock. This charming book is exactly what the little ones love. It's the best of everything - great literature that's age appropriate with super hip interactive effects sure to keep kids interested and attentive.
  • What a clever idea!

    By Alybrad
    I just think the idea of using selected characters and settings from classic literature for a children's counting book is so clever! The illustrations are adorable, and the animations and sounds on each page are really fun. I loved the little "paper doll" at the end. While reading this will probably not make your child a literary genius, I can't help but think a little early exposure to classic literature will at least make you feel cultured.
  • Capital! Capital!

    By sassyjewelsp
    I thoroughtly enjoyed playing in this book! The graphics are so sweet and cute and I kept giggling the whole time I was reading. My favorite parts were the marriage proposals and dressing Lizzy for the ball. As an adult, I also appreciated being able to listen to the whole first chapter of the novel at the end of the book. It's a great counting book for babies and great fun for any Jane Austen fan.
  • Wonderful Idea!

    By Kenna Lu
    This is such a cute book! This is such a great idea to introduce favorite classic stories to our little ones.