Simply put, Cindy Ellen is a riot. Joined with Jane Manning's over-the-top illustrations, this sidesplitting retelling of a classic will keep young buckaroos in stitches. Susan Lowell has enchanted readers with several earlier Wild West remakes, including The Bootmaker and the Elves and The Three Little Javelinas. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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This is a great book! A nice altetnate version of Cinderella..The language is great and my students really enjoyed it.Published 4 months ago by mbglazener
I loved this book and have read it with several children at different times. It's a twist on the Cinderella story, but easily stands on its own. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Kirk
I bought this book for my kindergarten class to teach the Texas unit. The kiddoes loved it! Super cute story. :)Published 4 months ago by jp
My daughter, my nieces and little friends love this story, a western twist on the classic, "Cinderella."
It is funny and entertaining. Read more
Add this to your classroom collection for rainy day Compare-Contrast lesson activities based on Cinderella story line. Read morePublished 4 months ago by lady
This book is Fun to read aloud. It was Great to use for Cinderella comparison. My class really enjoyed this story.Published 8 months ago by sandalfoot
My granddaughter loves Cinderella, This is going to make a great Christmas gift. I have not had time to read at this time.Published 10 months ago by Brenda Richmond
This was a very good book. We do a unit on comparing the different versions of Cinderella and my students thought it was very funny.Published 15 months ago by Deborah R. Graham
This is a very cute book. It came in time. It was in a bag marked do not bend, but it had a big crease in it. It may have been the post office though.Published 17 months ago by kt