Smoky mountain rose an appalachian cinderella
Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella by Alan SchroederI reckon ye heard o Cinderella, but lemme tell you a story bout a sweet lil thing named Rose? Set in the Appalachian Mountains and told in a lilting dialect that just begs to be read aloud, this is a unique and lively adaptation of the traditional Cinderella story. Complete with an enchanting protagonist, a glass slipper, and a fairy godmother who just happens to be a hog, Smoky Mountain Rose is a joy to read again and again.
Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella
I reckon ye heard o' Cinderella, but lemme tell you a story 'bout a sweet li'l thing named Rose?
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When a rich feller across the creek decides to throw a fancy party to find himself a wife, Rose's stepsisters, Annie and Liza Jane, start dreamin' about becoming his bride. Right and left, they're orderin' Rose around -- not even thinkin' that Rose might like to go to the party herself. And on the night of the shindig, Rose finds herself left behind -- until one of the hogs comes up to the fence and starts talkin' to her. As it turns out, that hog just happens to know a little bit o' magic Based on Charles Perrault's classic version, this lively adaptation of the Cinderella story is a joy to read again and again. Fun illustrations, too.