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Cinderlily: A Floral Fairy Tale

by David Ellwand

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Cinderlily tells the story of a flower who wants to attend a royal ball that her sisters are invited to. Though her petals are wilted, her fairy godmother brightens them up, and she goes and dances with the Sultan. However, when she races home, a petal falls. The Sultan searches for her and finds her resulting in a happy ending.

Illustrations are photographs of actual flowers.

GENRE: Fairy Tale (magical element of the fairy godmother)

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- have students find things in nature to create stories with (appeals to the naturalist learners) and allow them to photograph scenes to make a story line
- compare and contrast to other Cinderella stories
  sso14 | Feb 15, 2016 |
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