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The classic Disney Princess story in comics! Cinderella has faith her dreams of a better life will come true. With help from her loyal mice friends and a wave of her Fairy Godmother's wand, Cinderella's rags are magically turned into a glorious gown and off she goes to the Royal Ball. But when the clock strikes midnight, the spell is broken, leaving a single glass The classic Disney Princess story in comics! Cinderella has faith her dreams of a better life will come true. With help from her loyal mice friends and a wave of her Fairy Godmother's wand, Cinderella's rags are magically turned into a glorious gown and off she goes to the Royal Ball. But when the clock strikes midnight, the spell is broken, leaving a single glass slipper... the only key to the ultimate fairy-tale ending!


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The classic Disney Princess story in comics! Cinderella has faith her dreams of a better life will come true. With help from her loyal mice friends and a wave of her Fairy Godmother's wand, Cinderella's rags are magically turned into a glorious gown and off she goes to the Royal Ball. But when the clock strikes midnight, the spell is broken, leaving a single glass The classic Disney Princess story in comics! Cinderella has faith her dreams of a better life will come true. With help from her loyal mice friends and a wave of her Fairy Godmother's wand, Cinderella's rags are magically turned into a glorious gown and off she goes to the Royal Ball. But when the clock strikes midnight, the spell is broken, leaving a single glass slipper... the only key to the ultimate fairy-tale ending!

30 review for Cinderella

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Cinderella (Little Golden Book), Walt Disney Company Cinderella is a 1950 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney and originally released by RKO Radio Pictures. Based on the fairy tale Cinderella by Charles Perrault, it is the twelfth Disney animated feature film. Directing credits go to Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, and Wilfred Jackson. Songs were written by Mack David, Jerry Livingston, and Al Hoffman. Songs in the film include "Cinderella", "A Dream is a Wish Your Cinderella (Little Golden Book), Walt Disney Company Cinderella is a 1950 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney and originally released by RKO Radio Pictures. Based on the fairy tale Cinderella by Charles Perrault, it is the twelfth Disney animated feature film. Directing credits go to Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, and Wilfred Jackson. Songs were written by Mack David, Jerry Livingston, and Al Hoffman. Songs in the film include "Cinderella", "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes", "Sing Sweet Nightingale", "The Work Song", "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo", and "So This is Love". It features the voices of Ilene Woods, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Rhoda Williams, James MacDonald, Luis van Rooten, Don Barclay, Mike Douglas, and Lucille Bliss. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیست و دوم ماه سپتامبر سال 2007 میلادی عنوان: سیندرلا؛ اثر: کمپانی والت دیسنی؛ مترجم: محمدطاهر طاهر؛ تهران، پیدایش، 1381؛ در 32 ص، مصور، رنگی؛ شابک: 9643491528؛ این اثر را دیگران نیز ترجمه کرده اند ا. شربیانی

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessaka

    Cinderella, Hallmark Movies and Finding a Good Man I walked into the living room the other day, and my husband was watching the end of a Hallmark movie. “What are you watching?” “I am watching a movie about a woman who is in love with a prince.” Ever since American politics has grown ugly, we sometimes sit and watch Hallmark movies, but this? At least it was the end of the movie, and the next one I watched with him. I thought then of the book Cinderella. Every child in America must have been given Cinderella, Hallmark Movies and Finding a Good Man I walked into the living room the other day, and my husband was watching the end of a Hallmark movie. “What are you watching?” “I am watching a movie about a woman who is in love with a prince.” Ever since American politics has grown ugly, we sometimes sit and watch Hallmark movies, but this? At least it was the end of the movie, and the next one I watched with him. I thought then of the book Cinderella. Every child in America must have been given this book, just like they get Barbie Dolls now. I didn’t have Barbie Dolls, I had baby dolls and paper dolls of movie stars. Maybe Mom’s do give kids this book to make children aim high. And so I read this book as a child, and yet I never aimed high enough to want to marry a prince. I knew they were scalawags. It didn’t help kids that Shirley Temple grew up and married what’s his face from wherever. That was so romantic when we reached our teens.. And it didn’t help that Americans were and still are enthralled with kings and queens from England. And then there were those mothers who wanted us to marry doctors or lawyers. Me, I just wanted a handsome man. I grew up on Westerns; I knew what a man was supposed to be like. I also knew that they should be tall, dark, and handsome. I wanted a cowboy, but I didn’t know that then, so I married my high school sweetheart who was an American Indian. How ironic. But being Native American myself, but more white than he, my mother thought that he was too dark for me. Well, he was a lot of things, but not too dark. Ten years later we were divorced, and I was living in Berkeley looking for a doctor or a lawyer. I met a few of each, and I was so bored with these guys, not that all doctors and lawyers are boring. Then I tried dating a teacher, and he was neurotic like Woody Allen. I couldn’t take that kind of craziness, so I tried a dating a psychologist and almost married a psychiatric social worker. Nothing was working out for me. Then one day I walked into Café Med down on Telegraph Avenue, and I ran into an acquaintance, an aspiring writer named John Ratcliff. I sat down at his table and during our conversation I said, “I want a macho man.” He was shocked and replied, “What do you women want? I thought that you wanted us to change. What was all that in the 60s and 70s, a temper tantum?” He began to take notes when I said, “I want a man who can ride a Brahma bull.” He gave me his notes: Perfect Stallion Obeys the Rider yet Remains so Handsomely Male 1. man, macho, stronger 2. a tough, muscular, rides Brahma bulls 3. “Yes, yes ma’am” to her and doesn’t sult when he loses 4. a cake winnder who doesn’t talk too much and agree with the boss. What a Woman Must be to Cause a Man to be Macho 1. shy, blushing 2. never say “no’ 4. serve 5. rule by asking him if suh and such isn’t just what he was thinking of 6. think everything he does is great Sometime after this I went out and bought myself a pair of cowboy boots, I knew then that I wasn’t long for Berkeley. So I moved back to my home town of Paso Robles, CA, a cow town, and it was there that I met my macho man, a liberated one, and so we got hitched. He was a plumber, carpenter, electrician, Jack-of-all-trades, but mainly as a construction worker he built homes and plumbed them. While he wasn’t a real cowboy, he wore the hats and boots. Furthermore he never bossed me around. We worked on our house together. The most fun of living in the country outside of remodeling was gathering up wood, cutting it and stacking it. I have no idea why I enjoyed this.The least fun was when I drove my Berkeley purchased VW bug into a corral and had to keep the horses in until help came, and then we rebuilt the corral for our neighbor. Never pick anything up off the floorboard and hope to stay on the road. The moral of this story is this: What you like as a child you may possibly like as an adult. I loved westerns and have always hated doctor and lawyer TV programs. What was that old saying, “You can take the girl out of the country, but you can never take the country out of the girl. Then there is that saying, “Mamas don’t let your girls to grow up to be cowgirls.” As for me, I met the man that I wanted, and we have been married for 30 years.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ahmed Ejaz

    This fairy tale has always been one of my favourites. I always admire the imagination used in this tale. Really impressive! I had watched it before and I really. enjoyed after reading it today. (^_^)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Archit Ojha

    One of the best fairy tales. Everyone should read these stories as a child. I've watched its animated series as well. The way Cinderella's mother pronounces her name has always cracked me up.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Olin Ugo

    I love this book so much! This book really made me feel like a princess!!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rottgrl88

    Besides Snow White, in my opinion, Cinderella is the next classic Disney Princess. She is sweet, kind and her story is one of true triumph. The illustrations are timeless and the story itself is absolutely dreamy. I enjoyed all the little animal side friends. Gus Gus was my absolute favorite, hands down! This is a recommend.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    One of my absolute favourite Disney Classics One of my absolute favourite Disney Classics 🎀

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cadence Carr

    "The chapters were each a little story. The first one was kinda sad because the step mom and step sisters gave her all the chores they had to do. In the next chapter Cinderella and the Prince got married and kissed on the lips. In the third chapter the mice got lost because the maid swept them away when they were by the fireplace. The gardener scooped them into cages. The Prince and Cinderella were riding on a horse and saw the gardener letting the mice go in the field. The 4th chapter was about "The chapters were each a little story. The first one was kinda sad because the step mom and step sisters gave her all the chores they had to do. In the next chapter Cinderella and the Prince got married and kissed on the lips. In the third chapter the mice got lost because the maid swept them away when they were by the fireplace. The gardener scooped them into cages. The Prince and Cinderella were riding on a horse and saw the gardener letting the mice go in the field. The 4th chapter was about a princess in disguise. Cinderella went to the store and wore a wig and maid costume, she cleaned the floors and at the end of the chapter the princess told the other maids that she was going to put wheels on the buckets so they wouldn't have to carry them around anymore. In the fifth chapter Cinderella woke up late and an old lady, her Grandmama, came and gave her some dresses for a picnic and an old movie called the theater. I liked this books because the Prince and Cinderella kissed on the lips." -Cadee, age 7

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aaron_ebert

    Cinderella is a book written by the Walt Disney Company about a young lady repressed by her stepmother and stepsisters. Throughout the story, her stepmother kept her from having a life similar to the other girls her age. Cinderella, the main character, is made to do not only her own work, but the work of her stepsisters, Anastasia and Drizilla. Their mother favors the two sisters over her stepdaughter and gives them all they desire. The fairy godmother is a sweet looking older lady who comes to Cinderella is a book written by the Walt Disney Company about a young lady repressed by her stepmother and stepsisters. Throughout the story, her stepmother kept her from having a life similar to the other girls her age. Cinderella, the main character, is made to do not only her own work, but the work of her stepsisters, Anastasia and Drizilla. Their mother favors the two sisters over her stepdaughter and gives them all they desire. The fairy godmother is a sweet looking older lady who comes to help Cinderella in her time of need. Cinderella is tired of her everyday life. She's tired of always cleaning the house and doing her stepsisters work. She feels neglected by those around her. When a letter came in the mail from the king asking for all the young women to come to his dance, she was overjoyed and asked her stepmother if she'd able to go. Her stepmother said as long as she got all of her chores done she could. Her stepmother then told her to re-do all the chores she had just finished doing. By the time she had them done, it was time to leave and she wasn't ready. She went out and wept in the courtyard. Just then, her fairy godmother appeared. She gave her a beautiful gown along with a horse drawn carriage, a footman and specific instructions to be home by midnight. As Cinderella made her entrance to the ball, the prince stared in wonder. They danced the night away and as the clock struck midnight she had to flee, leaving behind one of her glass slippers. The prince searched the kingdom for the girl whose foot fit the slipper. When he placed the slipper on Cinderella's foot, it fit perfectly. They married and lived happily ever after. Impact of setting- The story takes place in and around Cinderella's home and the king's castle in Germany. The time period is somewhere between the 1850's- 1880's. The thematic connection of the story is that you should never stop dreaming. Your dreams can come true when you least expect it. I would recommend this book to mostly young girls, but also to people who need their spirit lifted.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Gross

    First of all, do you have any idea how many people have the same size foot? Billions. Trying to find your true love based on her foot size is just preposterous. Although, as a kid, I thought his was a great idea! This fairy tale gives new light to fairy tales. It allows young girls to see that no matter where you come from or how bad life is, there is always a bright light waiting for you ahead. This book not only gives the readers something to look forward to because they want Cinderella to First of all, do you have any idea how many people have the same size foot? Billions. Trying to find your true love based on her foot size is just preposterous. Although, as a kid, I thought his was a great idea! This fairy tale gives new light to fairy tales. It allows young girls to see that no matter where you come from or how bad life is, there is always a bright light waiting for you ahead. This book not only gives the readers something to look forward to because they want Cinderella to have a happy ending, but it also allows them to see how not to treat people as example by the step mother. Now the fairy god mother, maybe not ideal because not all are fortunate to have one of those, but it doesnt have to be a magical creature. Your fairy god mother could be anyone in your life that promotes you and makes you feel special. Now I dont think Disney wrote the book so that young children could see that, but reading it again I feel that deep down there is a good message of persistence and gratitude.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karim Elmenshawy

    Here cinderella is cute not like in Grimm's version

  12. 5 out of 5

    Roxs Goncalves

    A good way to learn English. Easy, simple and funny, is perfect for teach to the children to read books too.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sadia Mansoor

    My most favorite fairy tale. <3 Its every girl's dream to be a princess or treated as a princess ^_^

  14. 5 out of 5

    Subrina Dhanraj

    Hi It's great that the Cinderella movie is put into a book form. It will influence children to read more and spend less time watching television. Nice work. 👋Hi👋 It's great that the Cinderella movie is put into a book form. It will influence children to read more and spend less time watching television. Nice work. 👌

  15. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Ng

    This is a friction book , Cinderella mother died so her father married a step mother , her step mother treat her badly, one day there is a ball on the palace and Cinderella wanted to go , she had made herself a dress but her step sister broke it and her step mom locked her in the room . A fairy appear and made Cinderella very pretty and they went to the ball . The prince dance with Cinderella and at 12:00 Cinderella ran away and drop the shoe and the prince find her at last they married

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    Genre: Traditional Literature- Fairy Tale Awards: none Audience: 4-8 years old A. The main character is described as being a helpful and loving girl. She is hardworking and easy going. The Step mom and step sisters are described as being rude and bossy. B. I have heard many versions of this story. The modern version of this story has been made into movies and books. Movie: Cinderella with Selena Gomez C. I would use this in story telling for a group of children because of the classic and fun Genre: Traditional Literature- Fairy Tale Awards: none Audience: 4-8 years old A. The main character is described as being a helpful and loving girl. She is hardworking and easy going. The Step mom and step sisters are described as being rude and bossy. B. I have heard many versions of this story. The modern version of this story has been made into movies and books. Movie: Cinderella with Selena Gomez C. I would use this in story telling for a group of children because of the classic and fun storyline. I think it is important for young readers to know this books important past. D. Why is Cinderella treated so bad? Her parents passed away and she is left with no family. (her step sisters are jealous)

  17. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Wolohan

    This book is a written version of the popular Disney movie Cinderella. It is a beautiful book with stunning illustrations of the movie throughout which really bring the story to life. It is a typical fairytale with Cinderella being treated horribly by her stepmother and stepsisters. She is forced to basically be a slave until one truly magical night her fairy godmother appears and insists she goes to the ball. Cinderella transforms into a beautiful princess that meets her prince charming. They This book is a written version of the popular Disney movie Cinderella. It is a beautiful book with stunning illustrations of the movie throughout which really bring the story to life. It is a typical fairytale with Cinderella being treated horribly by her stepmother and stepsisters. She is forced to basically be a slave until one truly magical night her fairy godmother appears and insists she goes to the ball. Cinderella transforms into a beautiful princess that meets her prince charming. They live happily ever after. The story reminds me of a few other traditional tales- Goldilocks, Repunzel, Rushiecoat, Little Red Riding Hood- they are all about girls who are in a difficult situation. I think it is a good book to start with in Key Stage 1. It can be linked to a lot of cross curricular activities and could be the basis of a whole weeks worth of work. It would be interesting to discuss with the class the elements of a fairytale before and after the story. Hotseating would also be an interesting activity to do for different characters within the story. However the reason I only gave the book three stars is because I'm not 100% sure if this book is appropriate for young girls in 2018. Society has changed so much in recent years and a happily ever after does not always include a prince charming. It might provide young girls with the common misconception that the only way to be truly happy in life is to have a 'prince charming'.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Krista Lineweaver

    Cinderella, written by the Walt Disney Company, is intended for the primary audience. It is a written folklore that has been interpreted by several different groups of people. It has been basically kept the same about a young girl who's father had married a wicked woman who had stolen all of her father's money after he has passed away. The stepmother and stepsisters do everything to keep her busy and treat her like a maid. Cinderella ends up going to the ball with the prince and becomes the Cinderella, written by the Walt Disney Company, is intended for the primary audience. It is a written folklore that has been interpreted by several different groups of people. It has been basically kept the same about a young girl who's father had married a wicked woman who had stolen all of her father's money after he has passed away. The stepmother and stepsisters do everything to keep her busy and treat her like a maid. Cinderella ends up going to the ball with the prince and becomes the princess because the glass shoe that she lost at the ball fit her foot prefectly. She had to be home by the stroke of midnight or else her carriage would have been turned back into a pumpkin and the horses to mice. The godmother takes very good care of her and, of course, there's a happy ending. Children will love reading this fairytale story, especially young girls. The illustrations in this story are amazingly done with brilliant colors that invites the readers right in. The characters are fun and inviting. The children will be able to relate to the story and the characters as they read through the book. I will definitely have to read this story to my children as a bedtime story. Young children will be very appealed by this story of a girl in rags to a princess in gowns married to the perfect prince.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hope Gockenbach

    1. Cinderella is a girl whose mother has died and after her father remarries, her father dies also. She is forced to live with her evil step-mother and step-sisters, who are jealous of her beauty and force her to do all the chores. When the prince invites all the women in the kingdom to a ball at the castle, she thinks its her chance to get out of the house, but the step-mother does everything to make sure she can't go. Cinderella's fairy godmother shows up just in time and helps her get to the 1. Cinderella is a girl whose mother has died and after her father remarries, her father dies also. She is forced to live with her evil step-mother and step-sisters, who are jealous of her beauty and force her to do all the chores. When the prince invites all the women in the kingdom to a ball at the castle, she thinks its her chance to get out of the house, but the step-mother does everything to make sure she can't go. Cinderella's fairy godmother shows up just in time and helps her get to the palace. 2. Cinderella is perfect example of a folktale that has been pasted down for so long that no one can remember who was the original creator of the story. It is a fairy tale that is loved by many, and has different variations, depending on who is retelling it. 3. Cinderella might be my favorite fairy tale. I was very young when i first saw it, and it hold fond memories for me. It is a classic fairy tale; the girl is beautiful but she is held back by the evil step-mother. Eventually the fairy godmother steps in and helps her make it to the place where she meets her Prince Charming. He falls in love with her, and they live happily ever after. However, even though it is a well know and predictable tale, it is a well loved one.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amy Johnson

    Based on the 1950 Disney movie (which was itself based on elements of both Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm's versions of the fairy tale), Cinderella is a barebones account of the all-to-familiar story: a man dies, leaving his beautiful daughter in the hands of the wicked stepmother and stepsisters, treating her as their slave and refusing to allow her to attend a royal ball until all her work is done. In traditional fashion, the daughter relies on her fairy godmother to provide a Based on the 1950 Disney movie (which was itself based on elements of both Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm's versions of the fairy tale), Cinderella is a barebones account of the all-to-familiar story: a man dies, leaving his beautiful daughter in the hands of the wicked stepmother and stepsisters, treating her as their slave and refusing to allow her to attend a royal ball until all her work is done. In traditional fashion, the daughter relies on her fairy godmother to provide a beautiful ball gown and transportation to the ball and her animal friends to help her escape her room in order to prove that she is the owner of the lost glass slipper. Having never read the Disney edition but being extremely familiar with the plot (as it was my favorite Disney movie as a child), I didn't realize how lackluster it was in print form. It lacks sentence variety as well as any qualities that make typically traditional literature appeal to children. It certainly doesn't come alive when read out loud, only when it appears on the big screen.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Arhely

    This is a beginning readers' book. It is a retold of the story of Cinderella based on the classical film from Walt Disney Studios. Ella had a happy life with her parents until her mother passes away. Her father remarries a cruel step mother who has two daughters. Unfortunately, Ella's father passes away and from that moment her life changes. Ella becomes the servant of the house and her step family calls her Cinderella. The family is invited to a royal ball, but Cinderella's dress gets destroyed This is a beginning readers' book. It is a retold of the story of Cinderella based on the classical film from Walt Disney Studios. Ella had a happy life with her parents until her mother passes away. Her father remarries a cruel step mother who has two daughters. Unfortunately, Ella's father passes away and from that moment her life changes. Ella becomes the servant of the house and her step family calls her Cinderella. The family is invited to a royal ball, but Cinderella's dress gets destroyed by her step family and she is unable to go. Ella meets her fairy Godmother in the garden and helps her get ready for the ball. Ella is going to have a magical night. The book contains pictures of the recent Cinderella film from Walt Disney Studios. This book is recommended for young readers, especially those beginning readers. Sources: BarnesandNoble.com and Children and Youth literature class.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gina Liberati

    This book is a classic fairy tale and has many different versions, which vary by culture. The most famous Cinderella is a story about a young girl and her evil step mother. Cinderella is made to do all of the chores in the house and is treated like a servant, while her evil step sisters get all of the benefits. Cinderella longs to go to the ball where the prince will be looking for his bride and Cinderella is visited by her fairy god-mother who transforms her torn up clothing into a beautiful This book is a classic fairy tale and has many different versions, which vary by culture. The most famous Cinderella is a story about a young girl and her evil step mother. Cinderella is made to do all of the chores in the house and is treated like a servant, while her evil step sisters get all of the benefits. Cinderella longs to go to the ball where the prince will be looking for his bride and Cinderella is visited by her fairy god-mother who transforms her torn up clothing into a beautiful dress and gives her a glass slippers. Cinderella attends the ball but has to leave by midnight or the spell will end. In a rush to leave, Cinderella looses her glass slipper, which is how the prince eventually finds out who this mysterious woman was at the ball. This classic is loved by many generations and is most appropriate for ages Pre-K-5.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lorena Magallanes

    This version of Cinderella by Walt Disney's Company is Cinderella in one of its simplest forms. Cinderella is forced to care for her stepsisters and step mother following the death of her parents. The Prince of the kingdom invites all the maidens of the kingdom to his ball, where he will choose a wife. Unfortunately they do not let Cinderella join them, and they destroy her dress. Before the end of the ball, Cinderella's fairy god mother fixed her appearance with a new dress, coach, coachman, This version of Cinderella by Walt Disney's Company is Cinderella in one of its simplest forms. Cinderella is forced to care for her stepsisters and step mother following the death of her parents. The Prince of the kingdom invites all the maidens of the kingdom to his ball, where he will choose a wife. Unfortunately they do not let Cinderella join them, and they destroy her dress. Before the end of the ball, Cinderella's fairy god mother fixed her appearance with a new dress, coach, coachman, footman, and horses. Cinderella goes to the ball, where the prince falls in love with her. Here is where his search for Cinderella begins. The book is filled with easy to read words, where the story is placed into its most simple form. Each double page spread is filled with pictures from Walt Disney's famous movie "Cinderella."

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I have always loved this book. It has a magical twist and the fate of Cinderella comes out as a happily ever after. I believe that this book is one of the most popular especially with little girls. This story combines attitudes, love, family, and respect. It's a book that I would highly recommend. I loved this book because of the illustrations that represent the whole story. I love how Cinderella is so sweet, friendly, and caring. Those traits are magical to find in one person and Cinderella I have always loved this book. It has a magical twist and the fate of Cinderella comes out as a happily ever after. I believe that this book is one of the most popular especially with little girls. This story combines attitudes, love, family, and respect. It's a book that I would highly recommend. I loved this book because of the illustrations that represent the whole story. I love how Cinderella is so sweet, friendly, and caring. Those traits are magical to find in one person and Cinderella accomplishes that. I loved the characters in this story and all the themes that go with it. It is truly a magical story that fits all children. When I read this story to children, I will enforce the magic that is in this story along with the kindness coming from Cinderella.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Larges

    Genre: Traditional Summary “Cinderella”: The infamous story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl back again. Rated: LG, BL 2.3, AR Quiz #77154 Characteristics that Support the Genre: Fairy tale story of mice turning into horses, pumpkins turning into carriages, and all of us wishing we had our own Fairy Godmother! Mentor Writing Traits: Idea: Hurray for the underdog! Voice: Lots of ways to connect with various characters. Fun read aloud with inflections. Classroom Integration: This could Genre: Traditional Summary “Cinderella”: The infamous story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl back again. Rated: LG, BL 2.3, AR Quiz #77154 Characteristics that Support the Genre: Fairy tale story of mice turning into horses, pumpkins turning into carriages, and all of us wishing we had our own Fairy Godmother! Mentor Writing Traits: Idea: Hurray for the underdog! Voice: Lots of ways to connect with various characters. Fun read aloud with inflections. Classroom Integration: This could be part of a text set. Great way to illustrate that good outweighs mean in class conversations. Soooo many ways to use this due to the text set options.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Beaujour

    1. None. 2. Pre k- 1st grade. 3. Cinderella is treated horribly by her stepmother and stepsisters, yet she remains kind. With the help of her fairyGod mother, she is able to have one magical night out. All she has to do is make it back before midnight. 4. This book and movie is a true classic. It is my favorite fairytale and always will be. It allows the opportunity to introduce character traits and to discuss them. 5. Create a character sketch for one of the characters in the story. Discuss 1. None. 2. Pre k- 1st grade. 3. Cinderella is treated horribly by her stepmother and stepsisters, yet she remains kind. With the help of her fairyGod mother, she is able to have one magical night out. All she has to do is make it back before midnight. 4. This book and movie is a true classic. It is my favorite fairytale and always will be. It allows the opportunity to introduce character traits and to discuss them. 5. Create a character sketch for one of the characters in the story. Discuss elements of a fairytale before and after reading the story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

    This book was really well done. I really enjoyed it. It goes through the whole movie and doesn't leave huge details out. The pictures are all amazing and look like the movie. The only thing that could have made it better was if there were more details and more parts of the movie in the story. Not everything from the movie was included and I think the author left out some of the parts that should have remained in the story. Overall though the book was very good and definitely a good read for fans This book was really well done. I really enjoyed it. It goes through the whole movie and doesn't leave huge details out. The pictures are all amazing and look like the movie. The only thing that could have made it better was if there were more details and more parts of the movie in the story. Not everything from the movie was included and I think the author left out some of the parts that should have remained in the story. Overall though the book was very good and definitely a good read for fans of Cinderella.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    Genre: Traditional Literature Recommended Grade Level: Early Primary By the time students reach school, there's a good chance that they will already know this story, which makes it an easy one for them to read because they will be able to use the pictures as clues. I like this version of the story because it isn't overly long and the illustrations are ones that students associate Cinderella with the most.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    I think that this is the book I read, though the two covers shown are not like the one I have. Of course, in such a severely condensed form the Cinderella experience is not likely to live up to the spirited full-length animated Disney production, but this storybook has a lot of merit. It is one of those books that has always been as significant to me personally as its cinematic counterpart. This book version of the tale would earn one and a half stars from me, if that were possible.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Raven Cleveland

    With a wicked stepmother and two jealous stepsisters who keep her enslaved and in rags, Cinderella stands no chance of attending the royal ball. When her fairy godmother appears and magically transforms her reality into a dream come true, Cinderella enchants the handsome Prince Charming at the ball, but must face the wrath of her enraged stepmother and sisters when the spell wears off at midnight.

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