Once upon a time, there was a kind girl named Cinderella. All of the animals loved her, especially two mice named Gus and Jaq. They'd do anything for the girl. Cinderella, and Other Stories by Richard Harding Davis. Book Cover. Download; Bibrec Download This eBook. Free site book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.

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Publisher‟s Note: The following eBook contains a translation of Cinderella,. Rumpelstiltskin, and Other Stories that is slightly different from the audio program. Cinderella. Cinderella. or, The Little Glass Slipper, and Other Stories. 0 Cinderella brought the trap to her, and in it there were three huge rats. The fairy made. This lovely eBook is great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in the story of Cinderella. Each page features a different line from the.

Her godmother took the pumpkin, and having scooped out all its inside, struck it with her wand; it became a splendid gilt coach, lined with rose-coloured satin. The fairy lifted up the wire door, and as each mouse ran out she struck it and changed it into a beautiful black horse.

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She afterwards took six lizards from behind the pumpkin frame, and changed them into six footmen, all in splendid livery, who immediately jumped up behind the carriage, as if they had been footmen all their days.

Her godmother laughed, and touched her also with the wand; at which her wretched thread-bare jacket became stiff with gold, and sparkling with jewels; her woollen petticoat lengthened into a gown of sweeping satin, from underneath which peeped out her little feet, no longer bare, but covered with silk stockings, and the prettiest glass slippers in the world.

All the court ladies, scanned her eagerly, clothes and all, determining to have theirs made next day of exactly the same pattern. Indeed, at supper, which was fortunately early, his admiration quite took away his appetite. For Cinderella herself, with an involuntary shyness she sought out her sisters; placed herself beside them and offered them all sorts of civil attentions, which, coming as they supposed from a stranger, and so magnificent a lady, almost overwhelmed them with delight.

There she found her godmother, who smiled approval; and of whom she begged permission to go to a second ball, the following night, to which the queen had earnestly invited her. While she was talking, the two sisters were heard knocking at the gate, and the fairy godmother vanished, leaving Cinderella sitting in the chimney-corner, rubbing her eyes and pretending to be very sleepy. The next night came, and the two young ladies richly dressed in different toilettes, went to the ball. Cinderella, more splendidly attired and beautiful than ever, followed them shortly after.

While she was sitting beside him in a lovely alcove, and looking at the moon from under a bower of orange blossoms, she heard a clock strike the first stroke of twelve.

She started up, and fled away as lightly as a deer.


Amazed, the prince followed, but could not catch her. About the team Mark Binder is an award-winning author and storyteller. He has published more than a dozen books, hundreds of short stories, and recorded six albums.

He tours the United States sharing his books and spoken-word stories with audiences of all ages. His work has been shown at various galleries in the New England area and his prints have a current home at 13 Forest Gallery in Arlington, MA. Steve has also been commissioned to to do work for organizations like the American Breast Cancer Society and magazines like the Northeastern University Alumni Magazine as well as local Rhode Island publications. He also has a graphic novel in the works and currently lives in the woods of South County with his wife Tanya.

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Risks and challenges We are currently working full-steam on the project. Your funding will help us devote as much time as possible to meet our deadlines—and keep our families happy, warm and well-fed.

We anticipate that the illustrations will be completed by the end of May, with advance copies available in August for a September Release. The biggest challenge will be getting the word out about the book, and this campaign is one way that we are starting to spread that word.

We intend to use whatever funds raised beyond our operating costs to publicize and promote the ebook. Our goals?

Finally, some people could find the multicultural tone of this work upsetting or offensive. Even in the 21st Century, some people will find the idea of a black Cinderella and a white Prince or a Hispanic Cinderella and an Asian Prince offensive.

The purpose of this book is to literally show that these lines are invisible. Just as Cinderella is not limited by her wheelchair, she is not limited by the color of her skin. And the Prince is able to see her for the beauty that she is, regardless of whether or not she is wearing a ball gown and glass slippers, or dressed in rags.


When we are confronted with people who are offended, our challenge will be to keep the conversation open and to cross those boundaries. If we excessively exceed our funding we plan on adding the following as the budget expands: - Audio recording of the story as spoken in contrast to an audio book.


We know that we've limited this to four very broad groups. We'd like to add other Cinderellas, and will be taking suggestions.

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Questions about this project? Usually, they imagine themselves. But as soon as we began looking at drawing her we had a challenge: what is Cinderella's ethnic background?

By making Cinderella Spinderella an ebook, readers can choose from four "seasons. As a teacher, this edition offers the chance to discuss issues of race and class and disability. As an author, it allows me to share a great story with a variety of audiences.

And as a storyteller, it allows me to narrate and "read along. For instance, why would Cinderella have a pumpkin in the middle of winter?

She wouldn't, but she might have a giant potato… What other features will the ebook have? If you have another suggestion, please let us know.

There will be an audio narration track. There will be four seasons with four different versions of Cinderella and the Prince. We are currently planning on limiting ourselves to Black, White, Hispanic and Asian.

It will be full-color and fun to read!

What age s is this ebook for? Mark likes to say he writes and tells stories for all ages, and that's certainly true of Cinderella Spinderella.

That said, the story is appropriate for and can be read-aloud by a parent or narrated by the author to PK and K, it can be read with children grades , and can be read alone by children grades 3 and up. What premiums are we offering? You'll be on the Royal Wall -- and get a signed copy.

Are there differences between the spoken story and an ebook? For one thing, when I perform a story, I haven't memorized a script. I'm telling you what happened, and that may change.

Also, stories adjust based on the audience.Every dollar matters. If you have not received your delivery following the estimated timeframe, we advise you to contact your local post office first, as the parcel may be there awaiting your collection. Morning comes, and despite their connection, Lori leaves before he finds out she's far from the equal he believes her to be.

The cover of the ebook! Questions about this project? Mark likes to say he writes and tells stories for all ages, and that's certainly true of Cinderella Spinderella. Please note that we cannot be held responsible for any delays incurred as a result of Royal Mail postal strikes, overseas postal service disputes or national public holidays including bank holidays. For international deliveries we will hold your order until we can send you all your items at once.

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