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The Complete Bronte Sisters 8 Books Children's Collection Set (Easy Classics) By Stephanie Baudet - Ages 7-11 - Paperback

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SKU B2D3948 ISBN: 9781782267041
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Embark on a literary journey through time with the Complete Bronte Sisters 8 Books Children's Collection Set, expertly curated and adapted by Stephanie Baudet. This captivating collection introduces young readers to the timeless classics penned by the remarkable Bronte sisters. From the haunting landscapes of Wuthering Heights to the passionate narrative of Jane Eyre, these easy classics provide an accessible and engaging introduction to the world of literature. Immerse yourself in the extraordinary tales and discover why Easy Classics are the perfect choice for children aged 7-11 in stock now at Books2Door. 

Jane Eyre:

Enter the world of Jane Eyre, a brave and spirited young woman who defies societal expectations. Follow her journey as she navigates through hardship, love, and self-discovery, ultimately triumphing against all odds. Stephanie Baudet expertly adapts Charlotte Bronte's masterpiece, making it accessible and captivating for young readers.

Wuthering Heights:

Unleash the power of Emily Bronte's haunting tale, Wuthering Heights. Explore the enigmatic characters of Heathcliff and Catherine, and witness the tumultuous love that binds them. Stephanie Baudet's adaptation retains the essence of this dark and brooding classic, allowing young readers to experience the mesmerising intensity of the moors.

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall:

Discover Anne Bronte's thought-provoking novel, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Follow the journey of Helen Graham, a woman who courageously escapes an abusive marriage, defying societal norms. Stephanie Baudet sensitively adapts this tale of resilience and redemption, ensuring that young readers will be inspired by the strength of the human spirit.

Agnes Grey:

Step into the shoes of Agnes Grey, the eponymous heroine of Anne Bronte's debut novel. Join Agnes on her journey as a governess, facing challenges, and learning valuable lessons along the way. Stephanie Baudet's adaptation skillfully brings Agnes's story to life, making it relatable and accessible to young readers.

The Professor:

Immerse yourself in the world of William Crimsworth, the protagonist of Charlotte Bronte's lesser-known work, The Professor. Experience William's adventures and his pursuit of love and success in a foreign land. Stephanie Baudet masterfully adapts this engaging tale, ensuring that young readers can appreciate the complexities of the narrative.


Journey to the historical setting of Yorkshire with Charlotte Bronte's Shirley. Dive into a world of social unrest, romance, and female empowerment as the independent and spirited Shirley Keeldar takes center stage. Stephanie Baudet's adaptation retains the vividness of the original story, making it accessible for young readers.


Accompany Lucy Snowe on her journey to Villette, a fictional town in Belgium, in Charlotte Bronte's introspective novel. Witness Lucy's struggle for independence and self-discovery in a foreign land, with a touch of mystery and romance. Stephanie Baudet's adaptation ensures that young readers can relate to Lucy's quest for identity.

The Life of the Bronte Sisters:

Explore the lives of the talented Bronte sisters themselves in Stephanie Baudet's informative adaptation. Delve into the trials and triumphs of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte, gaining insight into the inspirations behind their extraordinary literary works. Young readers will be fascinated by the real-life stories of these remarkable sisters.

Why Easy Classics are Good for Kids:

Easy Classics, as curated by Stephanie Baudet, offer numerous benefits to young readers. Firstly, these adaptations provide an accessible entry point into the world of classic literature, which can often be daunting for children due to their complex language and themes. By simplifying the narratives while preserving the core essence, Stephanie Baudet ensures that young readers can engage with these timeless stories and develop a love for literature.

Secondly, Easy Classics offers age-appropriate content, ensuring that the stories and themes resonate with young readers. Stephanie Baudet's adaptations strike the perfect balance between simplicity and depth, allowing children to grasp the essence of the original works without feeling overwhelmed. This approach nurtures their reading skills and encourages them to explore further literary classics as they grow older.

Furthermore, Easy Classics encourages critical thinking and empathy in children. By exposing them to diverse characters and complex moral dilemmas, these adaptations help young readers develop a deeper understanding of human emotions, motivations, and relationships. This exposure to thought-provoking themes fosters empathy and broadens their perspectives on the world around them.

In conclusion, The Complete Bronte Sisters 8 Books Children's Collection Set (Easy Classics) by Stephanie Baudet offers a remarkable opportunity for young readers to explore the timeless literary works of the Bronte sisters. With captivating adaptations that retain the essence of the originals, these easy classics provide a gateway to the world of classic literature, fostering a love for reading and a deeper understanding of human nature. Journey through the pages of these adaptations and embark on a remarkable literary adventure that will stay with young readers for a lifetime.

Titles In This Set:

  1. Jane Eyre
  2. Wuthering Heights
  3. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
  4. Agnes Grey
  5. The Professor
  6. Shirley
  7. Villette
  8. The Life of the Bronte Sisters

Description from the Publisher:

Jane Eyre

Plain and poor, Jane Eyre has always been treated unkindly. Her aunt and cousins despise her, and her school is cruel. One day, Jane sets out on her own to be a governess at Thornfield. Here Jane meets Mr Rochester, the serious master of the house. And there is a strange, eerie laughter coming from the attic …

Wuthering Heights

Many years ago, a young homeless boy was taken in at Wuthering Heights. Older now, Heathcliff is set on revenge, and destroying everybody around him. And there is a lonely ghost roaming the moors, who is determined to be reunited with her lover …

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

A mysterious woman has arrived at Wildfell Hall. Unmarried and living alone, she is the subject of whispers and rumours. Where has she come from? Where is her husband? Gilbert is determined to find out about this secretive woman. And, when he gets her journal, he finally has the chance …

Agnes Grey

Everything has changed for Agnes Grey. When disaster strikes and her family loses what little money they have, she leaves home and takes a job as a governess. In her new town, she meets the handsome and gentle Mr Weston. But her new master and mistress do not respect her, and her happiness is the last thing on the minds of the selfish and disruptive children she is teaching ...

The Professor

Penniless and rejected by his cruel brother, William Grimsworth travels to Belgium to start a new life. He becomes a professor and grows close to a young teacher he starts

tutoring. But the girls in his class are determined to make trouble and his new friend

suddenly leaves the school without a word ...


Caroline Helstone cannot believe that the bright and funny Shirley wants to be her friend. Recently heartbroken, Caroline's friendship with the young woman is just what she needs. But when new cotton mill machinery arrives in the village and people's jobs are threatened, they become increasingly unhappy and desperate. Unrest is brewing ...


Lucy Snowe has suffered enough loss and misery to fill a lifetime. When she moves to Villette and becomes a teacher, she hopes she can finally find happiness. Here, long-forgotten people and memories surface from her past. But Lucy finds that falling in love isn't straight-forward. And she keeps running into a ghostly nun that haunts the school grounds

The Life of the Bronte Sisters

Brought up in the lonely Yorkshire moors, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë are poor

and motherless. Charlotte is strong and longs to travel, Emily is shy and prefers the company of animals over people, and Anne is the gentlest of them all. Despite their differences, all three sisters have big imaginations and even bigger dreams. And all are

determined for their voices to be heard.


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