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In this delightful retelling of the classic fairy tale Prince Cinders sets out on an adventure aided by his very own fairy godmotherGreat for ages 4 and upTake a cla. This is a really funny version of Cinderella It is a great way to break social stereotypes In this delightful retelling of the classic fairy tale Prince Cinders sets out on an adventure aided by his very own fairy godmother

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Prince Cinders

Ssic story substitute a few ingredients season freely with silliness and imagination dress it all up in jaunty illustrations what have you got In the case of Cole's. Prince Cinders was an interesting story It was a Cinderella through a male s perspective Prince Cinders had three older brother who he looked nothing like He wished to be just like them as he admired them He came across his fairy godmother who was rather clumsy and turned Prince Cinders into an unlikely creature Not being aware of the misunderstood magic the Prince went off to enjoy the night at the party He scared many but came across love This book can be used to read to the primary grades The lesson I would teach my class would be to always be themselves and not try to be someone you re not There is always something uniue and interesting about you that will attract people and those are who matter

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Prince Cinders an outrageously funny romp of a picture book A madcap highly entertaining spoof Publishers Weekly Would bring giggles to any age School Library Journa. Poor Prince Cinders is small and scrawny though he d like to be big and hairy like his three brothers With the help of a not very good at her job fairy the prince is turned into a big hairy monkeyBut when he accidentally meets a princess he loses his trousers in his efforts to run away And thus the silly search for the one who can fit the pants begins Cute retelling of the classic and Cole s artwork is as always delightful


10 thoughts on “Prince Cinders

  1. says:

    How do you feel about the story of Cinderella? Do you fall into a dream like swoon? Or do you conversely feel a great yawn coming on at the prospect? Cinderella is one of the worlds best known fairy tales with its origins lost in antiuity although the modern version as we broadly know it was first transcribed by Charles Perrault in 1697 The picture book of Prince Cinders is different again Based on Charles Perrault's Little Glass Slipper

  2. says:

    This is a really funny version of Cinderella It is a great way to break social stereotypes In this delightful retelling of the classic fairy tale Prince Cinders sets out on an adventure aided by his very own fairy godmother

  3. says:

    Not bad for a gender bent parody of Cincerella that mixes the old with the modern in terms of elements and settin

  4. says:

    Prince Cinders is a fractured version of the classic story of Cinderella from a prince's point of view There are humorous k

  5. says:

    Prince Cinders was an interesting story It was a Cinderella through a male's perspective Prince Cinders had three older brother who he looked nothing like He wished to be just like them as he admired them He came across his fairy godmother who was rather clumsy and turned Prince Cinders into an unlikely creature Not being aware of the misunderstood magic the Prince went off to enjoy the night at the party He scared many

  6. says:

    Nothing brilliant or classic but truly silly And we all need silly in our lives So yeah I do recommend it if it's readily a

  7. says:

    Cute and fun and silly And that would probably be the end of my personal reviewHowever as a 3rd grade teacher I use Lucy Calkin's writing materials and the last unit of the year is a narrative unit where students create their own adaptations of fairy tales As part of that unit Calkins has teachers read aloud a traditional version of Cinderella and then students compare it to this adaptation noticing the diffe

  8. says:

    My SBT2 Y1 class are using this text within English as part of their 'Castles' topic I know they are using it to inspire al

  9. says:

    Poor Prince Cinders is small and scrawny though he'd like to be big and hairy like his three brothers With the help of a not very good at her jo

  10. says:

    This book cracked me up every time I read it at my grandma's house One of the first fractured fairy tales I can remember after The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs