Although they contain many photos (Tea with Jane Austen mostly contains old prints and paintings), the books are replete with informative and interesting prose. I love them all and hope the author is working on another. In order of release (photos are links), they are:
The first two are about 7"x9" and approximately 120 pages. At Home with Jane Austen is the largest book (10"x10", 144 pp). They are all lovely hardcover editions. At least, that's what I purchased.
Note: In case it matters to you, Tea with Jane Austen was republished by Frances Lincoln Limited. It comes with a nice book jacket, which the first publisher didn't have. I used to have the first version but donated it to the library because the Frances Lincoln edition was nicer, imho. Frances Lincoln also published In the Garden..., but At Home with Jane is published by Abbeville Press.
It looks like In the Garden with Jane Austen is only available via third party now. It tours several gardens, and offers a plan for the garden at Chawton. I do wish At Home with Jane Austen had more actual photos of the houses and surrounding areas, but it makes for wonderful reading, and does contain photos (just not enough!) and illustrations.
I hope you'll enjoy these pretty books as much as I do!
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