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Cinderella af Charles Perrault

Cinderella (original 1966; udgave 2015)

af Charles Perrault (Forfatter), Emily Quezada (Illustrator)

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With the help of her fairy godmother, a beautiful young woman mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters attends the palace ball where she meets the prince whom she marries.
Forfattere:Charles Perrault (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Emily Quezada (Illustrator)
Info:(2015), 44 pages
Samlinger:5th-6th Grade, Historical Fiction

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Brown translates, adapts, and illustrates the classic fairytale from Charles Perrault, who himself adapted fairy tales in the 17th century. Brown's version highlights Cinderella's kindness and perseverance, as well as her willingness to forgive her stepsisters. The illustrations are light and airy, giving the story a sense of joy and whimsy. I like Brown's prose style, which flows easily for reading aloud while including some older figures of speech. C is undiscriminating when it comes to fairy tales but seems to gravitate toward this version and we read it often.
  KristenRoper | Sep 1, 2021 |
I really liked how in this version, Cinderella is portrayed as a very kind young woman and not a doormat. She speaks up for herself when it counts. Her stepsisters are never referred to as “ugly” either, but they are still selfish, self-absorbed, and hateful towards Cinderella. Cinderella’s father is alive is this story, but she doesn't tell him how cruel his wife and her daughters are to her because she doesn't want to upset him. At the beginning of the story the illustrations lack detail but as the story progresses more detail is added. They kind of looked like sketches to me. They are delicate and whimsical in nature and the colors present regality in all of the different settings. I think that's what made this book magical. ( )
  ekorominas | Mar 23, 2019 |
This version of Cinderella was different that the one I am familiar with. In this version of Cinderella, her nickname is Cinderseats, her father is alive and well, and she goes to the ball twice. On the second night she loses her famous glass slipper and runs all the way home in rags. The prince is still determined to find her and does so. Once she’s found to be the lady from the ball, her step sisters beg for her forgiveness. She forgives them and brings them to live in the castle with her and marries them off to Dukes after she marries the prince. I liked this version of Cinderella but I found it troubling that her dad let her step mom treat her as a house slave. The illustrations really make this book what it is and are amazing in detail and look very much French. It’s easy to tell from the illustrations that this story takes place in France. ( )
  jvines | Mar 16, 2019 |
Cinderella by Perrault
Cinderella is about a girl with her mean two step sisters and step mother that catches the eye of a prince and wants to go to a ball. She gets the help of magic and friends and is able to attend but only has so much time. When it runs out she drops her glass slipper and the prince finds it and tracks her down. I like this book for two reasons. One reason is that I feel the drawings and imagery, although old, represent the time that the story takes place in better than the recent Disney movies have. In the book the pictures show them wearing very puffy and colorful clothing which is what people would have worn in France in the early 1700s. Another reason I like the story is I feel the ending is better suited to a children’s book because it demonstrates a better ending than happily ever after like Disney loves to do. The story ends with Cinderella bringing her sisters to the palace and introducing them to young noble men. This model behavior demonstrates forgiveness and kindness despite how people have treated you in the past. In conclusion I like this book because it better represents the time period than the recent Disney movies and because it promotes the theme of maturity and being the bigger person, which all believe all children can learn from. ( )
  arifki3 | Feb 16, 2016 |
In this version of Cinderella, same as always, her father marries an evil woman who has two daughters of her own. Cinderella is forced to do all the work around the house and sleeps in an attic. Cinderella helps her sisters get ready for the ball, but is not allowed to attend herself. This makes her cry and her godmother appears. Cinderella's godmother turns a pumpkin into a carriage, six mice into horses, a rat into a coachman, and lizards into footmen. She then waves her wand and puts Cinderella into a beautiful ball dress with glass slippers. She is warned to be home before midnight, before everything turns back to normal. She falls in love with the Prince at this ball and remains unrecognized by her sisters. At midnight, she runs out and leaves behind one of her glass slippers. The prince announced he would marry the woman whose foot fit the glass slipper. Cinderella's sisters try on the slipper but have no luck. Cinderella then tries it on and it fit her foot perfectly. She again attends a ball and marries the prince. She then forgives her sisters for being so evil.
Personal Reaction:
I was very surprised to read that Cinderella was so forgiving of the sisters in the end, and that she does it so easily. I loved this book because it shows children the true happiness one can receive from forgiving someone, and that nothing good can come from being evil. I was also surprised the princess attended two balls. The footmen were lizards, which I never noticed before, that also caught my eye. I enjoyed this book and would definitely read it to my kids.
Classroom extensions:
1.I would talk to my children about forgiveness and have them share a time when they have or haven’t forgiven someone.
2.I could also have them read this book, along with other fictional books and explain that difference.
3.I could have everyone in the class make their own shorter version of the book and read it aloud to the class, allowing them to make adjustments to be creative when writing. ( )
  KendraAdams | Feb 11, 2014 |
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