By Charles Perrault, Camille Rose Garcia
"Do no longer remain earlier nighttime. when you stay on the ball a minute longer, your trainer will back turn into a pumpkin."
Initially released in 1697, Charles Perrault's Cinderella is among the so much cherished and widely recognized fairy stories. Cinderella has been ordered into servitude through her merciless stepmother and stepsisters, but if a fancy dress ball is held for the kingdom's marriageable prince, Cinderella's fairy godmother provides her the opportunity to attend—disguised as a lavishly dressed and bejeweled princess. yet Cinderella needs to leave on the stroke of dead night, lest her high-quality outfits flip to rags and her trainer to an easy backyard pumpkin. In her flight, she leaves a tiny glass slipper in her wake—the lovelorn prince's merely clue to her identification. Will he locate her?
This new reward variation offers the unabridged model of the Perrault story, with the bewitching, brilliantly coloured illustrations of popular artist Camille Rose Garcia.
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