Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
The famous Cinderella and her neighbor Cinder Edna each worked sunup to sundown for their wicked stepmother and stepsisters. But while Cinderella had the good fortune to be rescued by her fairy godmother, Edna was strong, self-reliant, spunky--and she lived happier ever after! "Nicely executed....This Cinderella send-up is full of kid-pleasing jokes."--Publisher's Weekly.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kryoung1 - LibraryThing
An absolutely adorable story about Cinder Edna and Cinder Ella who were neighbors. One being the dainty girl who dreams of pretty dresses and princes and is in need of a fairy godmother. And the other ... Read full review
Review: Cinder EdnaUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
A cute twist on Cinderella where instead of relying solely on a fairy-godmother, the heroine manages to overcome her difficulties by hard work. While this is a valuable lesson in hard work and ... Read full review