With intricate dioramas, Maggie Rudy's Sootypaws: A Cinderella Story retells the classic fairy tale—with a modern twist! Sootypaws the mouse lives with her stepmother and sisters, who are rats in all senses of the word. But with a little help from her woodland friends, Sootypaws finds her way to the ball to meet her Prince—will they live mousily ever after? Sootypaws features stunning hand-built diorama art, including hand-sewn outfits and an environment that is beautifully constructed and filled with charming details. Posed and photographed, these characters come to life!
Left to live with her stepmother and stepsisters, Samantha finds comfort in the friendship of a faceless IM buddy named Nomad, but when the two finally meet at a costume ball, things go awry, and the only clue Nomad has to finding her is the cell phone sh
With his brilliant creation, groundskeeper Carl Spackler, and the success of the film Caddyshack, Bill Murray and golf have become synonymous. Filled with Murray's trademark deadpan and spot-on humor, Cinderella Story chronicles his love affair with golf, from the life lessons he learned as a caddy - 'how to smoke, curse, play cards. But more important, when to' - to his escapades on the Pro-Am golf circuit at the Augusta National and as a fan at the Masters, the US Open, and the Western Open. An up-by-the-bootstraps tale of a man, his muse, and our fascination with a little white ball, Cinderella Story is one pilgrim's bemused path through the doglegs.
In 1512 in France, orphaned Danielle de Barbarac's chance meeting with the king's son sets off a chain of events that make her life as a servant in the house of her cold and scheming stepmother more difficult than ever before.
Release on 2011-10-11 | by Anthony Manna,Christodoula Mitakidou
A Cinderella Story from Greece
Author: Anthony Manna,Christodoula Mitakidou
Pubpsher: Schwartz & Wade
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Once upon a time in Greece, fate left a young girl an orphan. Her stepmother was so hateful that she counted every drop of water the orphan drank! But with the help of Nature's blessings, the orphan was showered with gifts: brilliance from the Sun, beauty from the Moon, gracefulness from the Dawn—and even a tiny pair of blue shoes from the Sea. When the prince comes to visit their village, he only has eyes for the mysterious beauty. Children will love this fanciful folk retelling of the Cinderella story, accompanied by luminous watercolor illustrations by Giselle Potter.
Think there's just one fairy tale with an overworked girl and wicked stepsisters? Think again! Cultures all around the world have their own Cinderella stories. Visit Canada, China, Egypt and France, and find out whose glass slippers are made of red silk, and whose fairy godmother is a fish.