CINDERELLA: The Classic Version of the Popular Fairy Tale
Cinderella (The Classic Version of the Popular Fairy Tale)
CINDERELLA: The Classic Version of the Popular Fairy Tale
Michael Jason McElroy
Here is a classic tale told in a classic format, and yet the substance is entirely modern. The unique and compelling craft of this book makes for a delightful read that appeals to young and old. The well known tale is tried and true, however it has never been told quite like this before. McElroy's revolutionary delivery of this classic tale renders Cinderella accessible and relevant to today's audience, without sacrificing the intricacy and sophistication of classic literature.Excerpt from a review by reader Breen M. Sullivan

Book Details


  • Classic

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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A prince is looking for a bride at a royal ball. Cinderella, a "slave" to a mean stepmother and stepsisters, wishes she could go, but she is not allowed. Her fairy godmother appears and performs a spell that dresses her up, telling her the spell will wear off after midnight. The prince falls in love with Cinderella at the ball. She forgets about the spell and leaves hurriedly in the nick of time, leaving behind one of her glass slippers. The prince decrees that whoever's foot fits the shoe will be his wife.


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