Cenicienta . . . Es una mugrienta?

Overview

This new take on a classic fairy tale follows Cinderella’s life after she marries her Prince Charming. In spite of all the new comfort and love, Cinderella is not very happy. Wanting to relieve her of this sadness, the Prince convinces her to share the reason for her melancholy: Cinderella misses the chimney ashes! When she lived with her stepmother, Cinderella created beautiful and skilled drawings in them and misses practicing her unique art. Just when Cinderella feels the saddest that she’s ever been—believing...

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Overview

This new take on a classic fairy tale follows Cinderella’s life after she marries her Prince Charming. In spite of all the new comfort and love, Cinderella is not very happy. Wanting to relieve her of this sadness, the Prince convinces her to share the reason for her melancholy: Cinderella misses the chimney ashes! When she lived with her stepmother, Cinderella created beautiful and skilled drawings in them and misses practicing her unique art. Just when Cinderella feels the saddest that she’s ever been—believing that the Prince doesn't understand her at all—she has the opportunity to make her drawings again and instill awe in the kingdom. Recommended for parents and teachers, this engaging story will encourage children to be artistically creative and to not be afraid to pursue a hobby that others might view as different.

 

Esta interpretación nueva de un clásico cuento de hadas sigue la vida de Cenicienta después de que se casa con su príncipe azul. A pesar de toda la comodidad y amor nuevo, Cenicienta no está muy feliz. Deseando aliviar su tristeza, el príncipe la convence que comparta la razón detrás de su melancolía: ¡Cenicienta echa de menos las cenizas! Cuando vivía con su madrastra, Cenicienta creaba dibujos bellos y expertos en ellas y echa de menos practicar su arte única. Justo cuando Cenicienta se siente lo más triste que jamás se ha sentido—creyendo que el príncipe no la comprende para nada—tiene la oportunidad de hacer sus dibujos otra vez, los cuales causan que toda la gente los contemple con admiración. Recomendado para padres y maestros, este cuento atractivo anima a que los niños sean creativos con el arte y no tengan miedo de seguir con un pasatiempo que otros puedan ver como diferente.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788496448292
  • Publisher: Hardenville SA
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 5 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Osvaldo P. Amelio-Ortiz is an architect and designer who holds workshops that bring together parents, children, teachers, designers, and writers. He is the author of Tato y su bata de lata. Nancy Fiorini is the illustrator of several Spanish children’s books and has participated in several advertising projects in Spain.

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