This goes under the Why Didn't I Think of This category:
I love Goodnight Moon. I love Pride & Prejudice. This looks like a fabulous mash-up.
Here's the blurb:
The adored children’s classic Goodnight Moon gets a classic lit makeover in this charming parody of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice novel. All of Austen’s much-loved characters are at the Netherfield Ball. In the great ballroom, there was a country dance, and a well-played tune, and Elizabeth Bennett; and Mr. Darcy surprised, by a pair of fine eyes . . . And don’t forget Jane with a blush and Mr. Bingley turned to mush, and a gossiping mother and father saying hush. Parents and toddlers alike will enjoy this new take on Austen’s timeless work à la Goodnight Moon.
I'll have to place this on my Christmas list; it will be a nice addition to my BabyLit collection!
What about you? Do you enjoy "kid versions" of adult books?