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Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2002

    This is a Great Cinderella Book

    I liked this book because of the great pictures. It is mostly happy but sometimes sad. This was a great retelling of Cinderella!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    An Appalachian Cinderella

    The Smoky Mountian Rose is a book about a girl named Rose who's father is a trapper . Rose's father gets married again to a mean lady with two daughters. When Rose's father dies, her step-sisters make her do all the work on the farm. A rich fellow has a party and invites all the girls in the Smoky Mountains. The step-mother makes Rose stay home with the hogs. Then one hog starts talking to Rose. The hog is magical. She makes Rose a gown, slippers ,and a wagon. Once Rose gets there, the rich fellow asked her to dance. So she does and has a real good time. Then Rose hears the first stroke of mid-night and runs home. One the way, she loses a slipper. The rich fellow tries it on all the girls that were at his party. The step-mom was about to whip Rose, when the step-sisters see the rich fellow coming down the road. The step-mom tells Rose to stay out of sight. She goes to feed the pigs. After he tries the slipper on the step-sister, he sees Rose, she tries the slipper, and you will have to read the book to find-out what happens.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    A Hillbilly Cinderella

    Smokey Mountain Rose is written by Alan Schroeder and is a good book. This book also has nice illustrations and a good story. It is about a girl and her father. Her father marries a women with two girls. Rose does all of the work. This book would be good for ages 5- and up. I really liked this book. Read this book to see what happends.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Smoky Mountain Rose is a Mountain Cinderella

    My review is about Smoky Mountain Cinderella. It is a good story about a Mountain Cinderella who lives with two mean step-sisters and a mean step-mother. This story is good for ages 5 and up. I like this book because it has good Illustrations and is a great story . I recomended this book because it a book that tells us not to be lazy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    Rose's Godmother is a Hog

    I really enjoyed the book Smokey Mountain Rose. It had very colorful pictures, that made me laugh. I also thought it was funny when Rose's godmother(a hog)talked to her, while she was doing her sisters' work on the farm, because they were at a party. The hog gives her a beautiful dress and glass shoes. She also tells her to be back by midnight. Then she goes to the party, that a young man is holding, to find someone to marry. Will the man marry Rose, read this book to find out.

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