Cinderella, Or the Little Glass Slipper (Illustrated by Walter Crane)
The Planet, Sep 12, 2011
The classic fairy tale of Cinderella illustrated by Walter Crane. Crane's work in children's books in cooperation with Edmund Evans earned him worldwide fame in the late 19th century.
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