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Paperback Cinderella: a Night at the Ball Book

ISBN: 1484711114

ISBN13: 9781484711118

Cinderella: a Night at the Ball

(Part of the Disney Classic (#6) Series, Disney's Wonderful World of Reading (#16) Series, and Anders And's Bogklub (#12) Series)

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Book Overview

In 1950, Walt Disney Studios released the classic film about a kind and wishful servant girl who is swept away from the harsh lifestyle of a bleak home to a life of royalty and true love. The live-action re-imagining of this timeless tale is sure to delight fans both old and new

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

A classic!

I loved this story as a little girl and it's so much fun to read again after all these years to my young daughter. She absolutely loves it and it's a great companion to the movie.

Walt Disney's Cinderella

ISBN 0394925521 - As a kid, the Disney version of this story left me a little baffled. The original story did not have glass slippers - and kids are smart enough to realize glass slippers are kind of dumb! Still, Disney does a wonderful job when they get their hands on such stories. Movies and books and toys and various merchandise turn a simple story like Cinderella into a goldmine that little ones, especially girls, just have to own their fair share of. It's always worthwhile to buy a copy of a book with a Disney movie tie-in and an added bonus is the chance to share a story you loved as a child with your own children. - AnnaLovesBooks

Cinderella by Walt Disney

-Cinderella is the best young girl story there is! It's better than snow white, the little mermaid, and jazmin's aladin, in my opinon! A classic story with young romance! A most definite happily ever after story!!!

a good retelling of a classic favorite

This book created by Walt Disney is a simplified version of Disney's animated movie's plot, with very minor differences. As the book is much shorter than the movie a lot of detail is lost, but it is still a good story that is told pretty well. The sentences are short and slightly choppy, something that seems to be universal in Disney's books from the early 1970's. The illustrations are very similar to the animation, just slightly simpler and with no depth/shading. The people's faces do a good job in the book, as well as in the movie, of showing the characters feelings through facial expressions. They are bold and colorful, and do a very good job of showing the story. In short, if you are looking for a companion picture book for Disney's movie, than this is your book. It also stands well on its own, though one or two things may seem slightly random and not quite make sense at first. All in all, this is a good book. Loggie-log-log-log

A Paper Doll Book

A nice paper doll book featuring both Cinderella and her Prince. A nice variety of outfits for Miss Cinderella. The Prince only gets a few outfits but who cares about him?!
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