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Cinder-Elly

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Cinder- Elly, a Modern Day Cinderella.

    I realy liked this book because it is a modern version of Cinderella. In this book Elly is a sister of three who does all the chores around the house. Then one day she and her two sisters are invited to a basketball game, but her sisters don't let her go. Then once the sisters are gone Elly's fairy god-mother comes and makes her beautiful. During the game Elly meets the cutest and best player on the home team, Prince. After the game Elly and Prince are to go on a date, but when Prince is getting ready Elly's magic wears off. To find out how this book ends read it for yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Cinder-Elly,a Hip 50's Girl

    I realy liked the way Cinder-Elly and Prince Charming met at a basketball game. I thought that was very creative. I also liked the way the author made every statement rhyme. Cinder-Elly is very different from other Cinderella books because of the way she meets prince charming,the time runs out and how Cinder-Elly has to leave the game without magic. I think this book was very well written and illustrated.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Cinder-Elly, an Unbelievabely Hip Cinderella

    Cinder-Elly is about a young girl and her two step sisters. They use the girl for work and chores, but when the girls find out they are invited to a basketball game, starring the famous prince. Cinder-Elly really wants to go. To find out what happens next you'll have to read this book. This story takes place when peace signs and hip music were big. It is interesting to see what the characters in the book wear.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Cinder-Elly, a Modern Day Cinderella.

    I liked the book Cinder-Elly. It has good illustrations and a very good and sometimes funny story. I liked this book because it was kind of a modern day Cinderella instead of the usual classic Cinderella with three step-sisters instead of two sisters in this book. Cinder-Elly is written by:Frances Minters and is recomended for ages 5-10.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    A Cinderella Story with a Twist

    Cinder-Elly is about a girl who is treated unequally. Her sisters give her lots of work. Then one day all three of the sisters get invited to go to a basketball game, but Cinder-Elly does not get to go because she is too little. Then her fairy godmother comes and gives her nice clothes and a bike to go to the baketball game. She sees a guy named Prince. Prince gets hit by a big guy and loses the ball. Cinder-Elly gets the ball. After the game Cinder-Elly and Prince go on a date but the magic runs out and Cinder-Elly runs home and her slipper falls off.

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