Once upon a time, there was a kind girl named Cinderella. All of the animals loved her, especially two mice named Gus and Jaq. They'd do anything for the girl. Cinderella, and Other Stories by Richard Harding Davis. Book Cover. Download; Bibrec Download This eBook. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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Publisher‟s Note: The following eBook contains a translation of Cinderella,. Rumpelstiltskin, and Other Stories that is slightly different from the audio program. Cinderella. Cinderella. or, The Little Glass Slipper, and Other Stories. 0 Cinderella brought the trap to her, and in it there were three huge rats. The fairy made. This lovely eBook is great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in the story of Cinderella. Each page features a different line from the.
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Scarcely had the second marriage taken place, than the stepmother became jealous of the good qualities of the little girl, who was so great a contrast to her own two daughters. She gave her all the menial occupations of the house; compelled her to wash the floors and staircases, to dust the bed-rooms, and clean the grates; and while her sisters occupied carpeted chambers hung with mirrors, where they could see themselves from head to foot, this poor little damsel was sent to sleep in an attic, on an old straw mattress, with only one chair and not a looking-glass in the room.
She suffered all in silence, not daring to complain to her father, who was entirely ruled by his new wife. When her daily work was done she used to sit down in the chimney-corner among the ashes; from which the two sisters gave her the nick-name of Cinderella. But Cinderella, however shabbily clad, was handsomer than they were with all their fine clothes.
They were very proud and happy, and occupied their whole time in deciding what they should wear; a source of new trouble to Cinderella, whose duty it was to get up their fine linen and laces, and who never could please them however much she tried.
They talked of nothing but their clothes. She gave them the best advice she could, and gently and submissively offered to dress them herself, and especially to arrange their hair, an accomplishment in which she excelled many a noted coiffeur.
The important evening came, and she exercised all her skill to adorn the two young ladies.
The sisters had scarcely eaten for two days, and had broken a dozen stay-laces a day, in trying to make themselves slender; but to-night they broke a dozen more, and lost their tempers over and over again before they had completed their toilette. When at last the happy moment arrived, Cinderella followed them to the coach; after it had whirled them away, she sat down by the kitchen fire and cried.
Immediately her godmother, who was a fairy, appeared beside her. So we considered doing a traditional printed book.
But there was a problem. When I perform, I never described Cinderella.
Listeners were allowed to paint their own pictures of her and the Prince. Usually, they imagine themselves. But as soon as we began looking at drawing her we had a challenge: what is Cinderella's ethnic background?
By making Cinderella Spinderella an ebook, readers can choose from four "seasons. As a teacher, this edition offers the chance to discuss issues of race and class and disability. As an author, it allows me to share a great story with a variety of audiences. And as a storyteller, it allows me to narrate and "read along.
For instance, why would Cinderella have a pumpkin in the middle of winter?
She wouldn't, but she might have a giant potato… What other features will the ebook have? If you have another suggestion, please let us know.
There will be an audio narration track. There will be four seasons with four different versions of Cinderella and the Prince. We are currently planning on limiting ourselves to Black, White, Hispanic and Asian. It will be full-color and fun to read! What age s is this ebook for? Mark likes to say he writes and tells stories for all ages, and that's certainly true of Cinderella Spinderella.
That said, the story is appropriate for and can be read-aloud by a parent or narrated by the author to PK and K, it can be read with children grades , and can be read alone by children grades 3 and up. What premiums are we offering?
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