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Cinderella (edition 2001)

by Gordon Fitchett, Gordon Fitchett (Illustrator)

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Title:Cinderella
Authors:Gordon Fitchett
Other authors:Gordon Fitchett (Illustrator)
Info:Dial (2001), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 32 pages
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Tags:book, fiction, picturebook, fairy tale retelling

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803725779, Hardcover)

Cinderella's stepsisters aren't just ugly-they're bulldog-ugly! And yet they've been invited to attend the Prince's fabulous ball. Cinderella longs to go, but she doesn't have a thing to wear until her duck-billed fairy godmother magically appears. At the ball the Prince only has eyes for this lovely, mysterious pooch, but when the clock strikes midnight, the spell ends and Cinderella must flee home to her doghouse. Can the princely hound find her in time? Whose paw will fit the tiny glass slipper? Will Cinderella be doomed to scrub floors and sweep the fireplace for the rest of her dog days?

This animal version of a beloved fairy tale will delight any young reader, especially fans who are familiar with Gordon Fitchett's quacky first book for kids, an all-duck retelling of The Twelve Princesses.

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Although mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, Cinderella meets her prince with the help of her fairy godmother. Main characters are represented as dogs.

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