Princess Furball by Charlotte Huck

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Huck's elegant retelling of this variation of the Cinderella theme, accompanied by Lobel's radiant illustrations, contains all the ingredients that make fairy tales the timeless favorites they will always be. Full-color illustrations.

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Published May 1, 1990 by Weston Woods. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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In her first children's book, a well-known expert on children's literature retells (without citing a particular source) her own childhood favorite: a variant of Cinderella in which a princess escapes marriage to an ogre and becomes a scullery maid in a new kingdom where she eventually marries the...

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Stylized watercolor-and-gouache paintings give a lush, medieval air to this assured retelling of a traditional tale.

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