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Cinderella Stories Around The World
Among the many wonderful
fairytale stories, Cinderella is one of the most popular ones.
Different countries and cultures around the world have adopted their
own versions with their own traditions. These beautiful stories
capture the magic and fantasy and are universally enjoyed by everyone
young and old around the world....
Cinderella - A classic
with beautiful pictures by this well-know illustrator
by K.Y. Craft
As lavish as Craft's previous works, this retold fairy
tale abounds with ornamental detail. Inspired by the opulent styles
of 17th- and 18th-century France, the paintings are confections of
luxurious clothing, densely vegetated woods and regally appointed
Yeh-Shen: A Cinderella Story from China (Paperstar Book)
by Ai-Ling Louie, et al
"Yeh-Shen," a Chinese version of the tale almost a
thousand years older than the earliest known European version,
contains many familiar details - a poor over-worked girl, a wicked
stepmother and stepsister, a magical helper, a king in search of a
wife, and a lost shoe...
The Way Meat Loves Salt: A Cinderella Tale from the Jewish Tradition
by Nina Jaffe, Louis
When a rabbi asks his three daughters how much they
love him, the first two name diamonds and gold and silver and he is
content. However, when Mireleh tells her father that she loves him
"the way meat loves salt,"...
The Persian Cinderella
by Shirley Climo, Robert
After giving most of her money to a beggar, young
Settareh spends her last coins on a cracked jug instead of
purchasing fabric for a new dress to wear...
Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters (Reading Rainbow Book)
by John Steptoe
An African villager named Mufaro had two daughters whom
everyone agreed were beautiful. However, their dispositions were not
alike: Manyara had a bad temper and was selfish (although not in
front of Mufaro); Nyasha was always kind and considerate both to
people and to animals...
The Golden Sandal: A Middle Eastern Cinderella Story
by Rebecca Hickox, Will
What do you get when you take Cinderella's glass
slipper and transport it to the Middle East? The Golden Sandal!
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