Cinderella Penguin, Or, The Little Glass FlipperBook - 1992
All cultures share the traditional story of Cinderella--even penguin culture!
Poor Cinderella Penguin is bossed and bullied by her evil penguin stepsisters as they get dolled up for the Penguin Prince's ball. After they have gone, a penguin tear rolls down Cinderella's cheek. "Suddenly, in a glow of bright blue light, the Great Fairy Penguin appeared before her." And the rest is penguin history."
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Baker & Taylor
An adaptation of the traditional tale of Cinderella with penguins rather than humans as characters.
When Cinderella Penguin waddles into the ball, she is bullied by her evil stepsisters, who are envious of her dainty flippers, but it takes more than some fancy footwear to turn the penguin into a princess, so the Great Fairy Penguin comes to the rescue. Lit Guild.
When Cinderella Penguin waddles into the ball, she is bullied by her evil stepsisters, who are envious of her dainty flippers, but it take more than some fancy footwear to turn the penguin into a princess, so the Great Fairy Penguin comes to the rescue
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The tale of Cinderella shows up in almost all cultures--even Penguin culture. The evil stepsisters envy Cinderella's dainty flippers and fins. The Great Fairy Penguin changes the heroine into the Penguin Prince's dreamboat, and in the end it is Cinderella who fits into the glass flipper. Full-color illustrations.
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