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The classic Cinderella tale with a gigantic twistCinderella wears size 87 shoes You can imagine ow the size of er feet can make life a bit complicated for Cinderella Including not being invited to the ball because she would cause chaos on the dance floor As an added twist er Fairy Godmother is actually a Dairy Godmother cow that puts The Einstein Theory of Relativity her on a bus to get to the royal ball It is aumorous tale that made me giggle challenging read Honestly not as good as the Snow White one Not sure How to Negotiate Your First Job how much my daughter will enjoy this when she is older On the back of the title page tucked above the copyright information is a small glossary explaining forest termsTheumorous tone is set immediately Lived a dashing Bigfoot prince He was tall and dark as a Douglas fir with feet like cedar stumps He was as odoriferous as is tree ome was coniferous And so Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, horrendouslyairy that Bigfoot women near and far long day to marry The Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore him The Bigfoot in the illustration is cute with noair on Suggestions for Marketing Small Timber his face or feet a large barrel cheste. Head for theills The author and illustrator of The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and The Bully Brothers series are on the loose runni.
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Author Mike Thaler tells readers about Cinderella whose feet are so large that they are a safety concern and therefore she is not invited to the ball Cinderella is visited by er Dairy Godmother Elsie who Valentino helps get Cinderella go to the ball The rest of the story follows the traditional tale but with funny twists such as Elsie providing bus fare rather than a carriage and the prince proposing with a doughnut rather than a ring I would recommend using this story with younger students and as part of comparecontrast activity between thisumorous tale and a traditional tale I also enjoyed the cartoon like illustrations that add to the already funny scenes This story could also be used as an example of being appy about yourself and what you ave such as large feet Would you rather Shunned have a Dairy Godmother She leaveser shoe size 87 Triple A behind leaving Smeldred in distress He really thinks Craving (Willow Creek, her name is I m late He uses a toe truck to find the special girl very funny version Sweet retelling of the old stor. Azzard and isn't invited to the royal ball Will Cinderella's Dairy Godmother be able to geter invitation and glass sneakers in size
Mike Thaler born in Los Angeles started his professional career drawing cartoons for adults A children's book editor saw one of his cartoon stories in a national magazine and encouraged Mike to try writing for children His first attempt met with success and The Magic Boy was published in 1961Mike has produced over 220 published books and is known as “America’s Riddle King” He has also bee