She Coloured


Color your way through 25 of Jane Austen's witty quotes paired with hand-drawn ink illustrations!

This coloring book features six original, hand-drawn ink illustrations from each of Jane Austen's novels, plus a bonus illustration from "Love & Freindship"! She Coloured is a unique Jane Austen coloring book with wit and style that will appeal to both long-time Jane Austen fans and those just learning of Jane's works. (And don't miss the back cover endorsements from such discerning critics as Mrs. Elton and Mr. Collins!)

• 25 original illustrations + title page

• Pages printed on one side to prevent bleed-through

• Bright white 55 lb paper

• 8.5" x 11" size

• Illustrations can be trimmed to 8" x 10" for framing

Published: November 2016

Pages: 58 Black & White

Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"

Complete List of Included Quotes:

To wish was to hope, and to hope was to expect.

Sense & Sensibility (Chapter 4)

“Is there a felicity in the world superior to this?”

Marianne Dashwood, Sense & Sensibility (Chapter 9)

“Sense will always have attractions for me.”

Elinor Dashwood, Sense & Sensibility (Chapter 10)

“I detest jargon of every kind.”

Marianne Dashwood, Sense & Sensibility (Chapter 18)

“I should have been a great proficient.”

Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Pride & Prejudice (Chapter 31)

“Till this moment I never knew myself.”

Elizabeth Bennet, Pride & Prejudice (Chapter 36)

“I am excessively diverted.”

Elizabeth Bennet, Pride & Prejudice (Chapter 57)

“My affections and wishes are unchanged.”

Fitzwilliam Darcy, Pride & Prejudice (Chapter 58)

“I cannot be dictated to by a watch.”

Mary Crawford, Mansfield Park (Chapter 9)

“Let us have the luxury of silence."

Edmund Bertram, Mansfield Park (Chapter 28)

"I was quiet, but I was not blind."

Fanny Price, Mansfield Park (Chapter 36)

Nobody minds having what is too good for them.

Mansfield Park (Chapter 48)

“I would much rather have been merry than wise."

Emma Woodhouse, Emma (Chapter 30)

“Choose your own degree of crossness.”

Emma Woodhouse, Emma (Chapter 42)

What did she say?—Just what she ought, of course. A lady always does.

Emma (Chapter 49)

Till she had moved about, and talked to herself, and laughed and reflected, she could be fit for nothing rational.

Emma (Chapter 54)

How quick come the reasons for approving what we like!

Persuasion (Chapter 2)

“When I have made up my mind, I have made it.”

Louisa Musgrove, Persuasion (Chapter 10)

Joy, senseless joy!

Persuasion (Chapter 18)

“I am half agony, half hope."

Captain Frederick Wentworth, Persuasion (Chapter 23)

No one would have supposed her born to be an heroine.

Northanger Abbey (Chapter 1)

Dress is at all times a frivolous distinction.

Northanger Abbey (Chapter 10)

From politics, it was an easy step to silence.

Northanger Abbey (Chapter 14)

“I cannot speak well enough to be unintelligible.”

Catherine Morland, Northanger Abbey (Chapter 16)

“Run mad as often as you chuse; but do not faint—”

Sophia, Love & Freindship (Letter the 14th)