Cinderella's Not So Ugly Sisters The True Fairytale! by Gillian Shields
  

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Cinderella's Not So Ugly Sisters The True Fairytale! by Gillian Shields

You know the fairytale, now read the real story ...Winifred and Prudence are kind and sweet - unlike their step-sister, Cinder-Ella. She is horrible! She'll do anything to get her own way, and even orders a spell to make her sisters really ugly. But spells don't last forever, so maybe Win and Pru will get a happy ending after all ...This funny re-telling of the fairytale classic is a must for all Cinderella fans!

About the Author

Gillian Shields

Gillian Shields was born and brought up in Yorkshire. As she grew up, she had two passions; books and theatre. Gillian’s love of books led her to read English at St Catharine's College, Cambridge. After university she studied acting in London, and then worked in a drama school for several years, becoming Vice-Principal.

Having children gave Gillian an excuse to carry on reading children’s books, as well as motivation to write them. She has a young son and a grown-up daughter, and is married to Brian, who works for the International Herald Tribune.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Gillian Shields
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Publication date

28th August 2014

ISBN

9781405021616


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