Cinderella by Diane Goode
The Dog And Her Little Glass Slipper

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In this retelling of the classic fairy tale, an attractive mutt wins the heart of a prince with the help of her canine grandmother.
 

About Diane Goode

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Diane Goode is the illustrator of more than fifty beloved and critically acclaimed picture books including?"When I Was Young in the Mountains" by Cynthia Rylant, a Caldecott Honor Book.?She is also the illustrator of "President Pennybaker" and "My Mom is Trying to Ruin My Life" both by Kate Feiffer and "Louise the Big Cheese: Divine Diva, "?"Louise the Big Cheese and the La Di Da Shoes" and "Louise the Big Cheese and the Back-to-School Smarty Pants "by Elise Primavera.? She lives and works in Watchung, NJ with her husband, David, and their two dogs, Jack and Daisy.?Visit her at www.dianegoode.com
 
Published September 1, 2000 by Blue Sky Press. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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The year’s umpteenth new version of Cinderella features an all-canine cast of diverse breeds, and just as the female lead towers over her diminutive prince, this stands head, shoulders, and brisket above William Wegman’s oppressively mannered rendition (1993).

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The year's umpteenth new version of Cinderella features an all-canine cast of diverse breeds, and just as the female lead towers over her diminutive prince, this stands head, shoulders, and brisket above William Wegman's oppressively mannered rendition (1993).

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Her nemesis, snooty Rosemary T., doesn't make the situation any better by offering Cinderella her "big, old, brown tap shoes," but Cinderella has a new best friend, Erin, who offers support and distracts Cinderella from her problems by asking for advice on wicked stepsisters, two of which she'll ...

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Goode works dog motifs into her luminous paintings with amusing frequency (dogs are featured on furniture and wall moldings, as weathervanes and statues and a paw-print pattern decorates Cinderella's wedding dress).

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When the class spelling bee comes alive, the class finalists are Cinderella, a boy named Zachery, and … Rosemary T.

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