Release on 1950 | by Walt Disney Productions,Campbell Grant
Author: Walt Disney Productions,Campbell Grant
Pubpsher: Western Publishing Company
Category: Fairy tales
It& ’ s the classic story that all little girls love! Cinderella goes from rags to riches and true love with a little help from her Fairy Godmother in this small and sturdy book featuring beautiful full-color art and easy-to-read text.
Cinderella's cruel stepmother and two nasty step sisters have turned her into their servant in her own home. One day, an invitation to the prince's ball arrives. He has invited all three daughters and it seems that Cinderella's dreams of happiness might be coming true at last.
"This is a story about darkness and light, about sorrow and joy, about something lost and something found. This is a story about love." Cinderella's story has been told over and over, but never has it been touched by the kind of magic created by the contributors of this book. Mary Blair painted the original pictures for Walt Disney's incomparable animated film, and here her elegant art is gathered together as a picture book. Cynthia Rylant's stories about hardscrabble lives have won not only awards and honors, but hearts. Who better to take a young girl from the darkness of her garret room to the light and brilliance of a ballroom? Together these two great artists have created something quite astonishing: a Cinderella that is breathtaking, heartrending, and joyous, both for those who are coming to the tale for the very first time, and for those who think they know it well.