Cinderella : based on a traditional folk tale

ladybird first favourite tales

Illustrated

Ailie Busby, Ronne Randall

No. of pages 32

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The classic fairy tale - Cinderella - from Ladybird! It is a perfect introduction to the classic story Cinderella. You can find out what happens when Cinderella meets a handsome prince at the ball. Part of the Ladybird 'First Favourite Tales' series - a perfect introduction to fairy tales for preschoolers - it contains amusing pictures and lots of funny rhythm and rhyme to delight young children. It is ideal for reading aloud and sharing with 2-4 year olds. Ladybird's First Favourite Tales series is hugely popular and is a great introduction to the most important fairy tales. 2011 brought a new look and great covers to the series, but the books are still just as fun to read as ever. Make sure you look out for the other tales in the series, too! Puss in Boots; Hansel and Gretel; The Ugly Duckling; The Elves and the Shoemaker; Goldilocks and the Three Bears; The Gingerbread Man; Little Red Riding Hood; The Three Little Pigs; The Three Billy Goats Gruff; Chicken Licken; The Enormous Turnip; Jack and the Beanstalk; The Little Red Hen; Little Red Riding Hood; The Magic Porridge Pot; The Sly Fox and the Little Red Hen.

 

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Cinderella : based on a traditional folk tale was written by Ronne Randall and Ailie Busby. It was written for young readers to enjoy.

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Cinderella
Cinderella REALLY wants to go to the ball but her wicked stepmother and ugly sisters think she's better off at home doing the chores. Along comes the fairy godmother, waves her magic wand and Cinders's clothes are transformed into a gorgeous ball gown. Off she goes to the palace ball in a pumpkin coach and horses transformed from mice. But when the clock strikes midnight Cinders reverts to her tattered old self, and the prince has only a glass slipper to find his gorgeous girly.

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