Italian artist Roberto Innocenti's elegantly rendered illustrations breathe fresh air into this age-old tale of the girl who rises from the depths of sadness and misfortune to become the belle of the ball, surprising those who mistakenly think they know her.
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: CinderellaUser Review - Alec Porter - Goodreads
This version of Cinderella by Charles Perrault would be a fantastic book to read as a read aloud in a 5th grade classroom. While the language may be construed as a bit complex, this offers teachers an ... Read full review
Review: CinderellaUser Review - Laura Metts - Goodreads
Cinderella is a great family story. It has great illustrations and very detailed drawings. I have enjoyed this book for many years. Cinderella falls victim to the nasty behavior of her stepmother and ... Read full review