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Cinderella (with panel zoom) - Classics Illustrated Junior

Cinderella with panel zoom Classics Illustrated Junior Cinderella is a must for any child s library one of the best loved fairy tales of all timeCinderella is the classic story of a beautiful girl her evil stepmother and stepsisters and the fairy godmo

  • Title: Cinderella (with panel zoom) - Classics Illustrated Junior
  • Author: William B. Jones Jr. Jacob Grimm
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Cinderella is a must for any child s library, one of the best loved fairy tales of all timeCinderella is the classic story of a beautiful girl, her evil stepmother and stepsisters, and the fairy godmother who helps her to meet the prince of her dreams It is a fairy tale magic to treasure forever There is a ball, a handsome prince and a glass slipper which all contributeCinderella is a must for any child s library, one of the best loved fairy tales of all timeCinderella is the classic story of a beautiful girl, her evil stepmother and stepsisters, and the fairy godmother who helps her to meet the prince of her dreams It is a fairy tale magic to treasure forever There is a ball, a handsome prince and a glass slipper which all contribute to a happy ending Beautifully illustrated, this classic tale will capture children s interest and spark their imagination, inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading.Optimized for Kindle devices and featuring Panel Zoom facility.

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    1 thought on “Cinderella (with panel zoom) - Classics Illustrated Junior

    1. I read this in Malayalam translation - "Amar Chitra Katha" used to publish those. This is one of those tales where good comes to the meek who wait.I loved the pumpkin coach and the transformations - and the midnight deadline.However, the original has been considerably altered - there is no cutting off of the feet of the evil sisters and no birds coming and pecking their eyes out. Here Cinderella forgives everybody at the end like a good, Christian wench.

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