Cinderella's Big Day by Katie Cotton
  

Cinderella's Big Day

Written by Katie Cotton
Illustrated by Sheena Dempsey
Part of the After Happily Ever After Series

Synopsis

Cinderella's Big Day by Katie Cotton

The prince has a problem: Cinderella's wedding ring is missing! He writes to the King to ask for help, who writes to the Ugly Sisters (who he thinks have taken it), who are so angry at the accusation they write to a witch, asking her to spoil Cinders' wedding...Will the big day end in disaster? Find out as the story unfolds through letters that you can open by lifting the flap of the envelope.

About the Author

KATIE COTTON studied English at Oxford University before becoming an author and editor of children's books in London. Her love of words began when reading picture books from a young age and has stayed with her ever since. She was inspired to write The Road Home on a walk in the woods near the house where she grew up.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
20 pages

Author

Katie Cotton
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st October 2014

ISBN

9781783700707


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