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Cinderella's wicked stepmother won't let her go to the ball. But with a little help from a Fairy Godmother, she'll be getting there in style. There's just one catch. At midnight, her magical gown will turn back into dirty old rags.
"I often tell the Grimm's version of Cinderella when I booktalk to tweens and teens. This GN variant is the closest to the Grimm that I have seen. It is dark (as is the Grimm variant) with simple text accessible even to readers with limited proficiency. A glossary is included. Stone Arch is doing mighty interesting things with the GN format. http://professornana.livejournal.com/238881.html" - The Goddess of YA Literature
September 22, 2008
"“Once upon a time a heart was broken” begins this adaptation of a timeless tale. This version provides a few new and interesting twists. For example, a tree growing on Cinderella’s mother’s grave plays an important role. Clever text is supported by sepia-colored illustrations. An interesting history of the story is included." - School Library Journal
July 1, 2009
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