The Prince has just saved Cinderella from her evil stepmother. In the weeks following this traumatic experience, the Prince feels that Cinderella would benefit from studying with the Fairy Godmothers of the Four Directions. On this journey, Cinderella must face her past, present, and future to gain confidence, courage, patience, and the attributes of a princess. What are these challenges? Read to find out.
When I began reading this book, I had difficulty becoming engaged with it because it didn't hold my attention. However, I became more invested in the story once I read about a quarter of the way through.
I really liked this book because of the independence and stubbornness of Cinderella; she reminded me of myself at times. My favorite character was Blackie the dog; he seemed very loyal and friendly. I would recommend this book to children 8-12, fans of Cinderella, and to young girls who love princesses!