Emma Woodhouse is pretty, clever and rich, and sees no reason why she would ever need to get married.
But she loves matchmaking for her neighbours, despite the advice of her friend Mr Knightley, who warns her against meddling. Her latest success – the wedding of her governess – makes her certain that she can find the right match for anyone.
Can Emma’s lucky streak continue? Or will best laid plans unravel… as they always seem to do?
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Jane Austen’s Emma (Awesomely Austen – Illustrated and Retold)
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This book made me feel Happy, Sad, Amused
IzzieD( age 9 )
I thought that this book was extremely exciting because a women called Emma is trying to pair different people together by getting them to try and like each other. if you like love romance and marriage, then this would be a great book idea for you. good news is , that there is a whole set of them!
This book made me feel Happy, Excited, Intrigued, Amused, Moved
Emily9222( age 10 )