Cinderella Smith has aproblem with a capital P.She loses shoes almost asquickly as she puts themon her feet. But now she's lost themost important shoe of all: her shiny, ruby red tap shoe. Without it shewon t have a chance of being chosenPumpkin Blossom Fairy for the falldance recital and that means no specialtutu, no crown, and no solo
The school year is starting out withbig problems too. Her new teacherlaughs at her name, she's sitting atthe smart-boys table, and her old bestfriend is ignoring her. Now the newgirl, Erin, has asked for her adviceon wicked stepsisters. And Cinderelladoesn t have stepsisters wicked orotherwise
The recital is just around the cornerand the stepsisters are on their way.Can Cinderella and Erin solve the capitalP problems in time?
About the Author
In between tripping over abandoned shoes, chasing after escaped pets, and searching for lost belongings, Stephanie Barden wrote her first book, Cinderella Smith, which was followed by Cinderella Smith: The More the Merrier. The author teaches classes at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, where she lives with her husband, Tom; son, Joe; and eighty-pound lapdog, Otis.
Diane Goode is the illustrator of more than fifty beloved and critically acclaimed picture books, including the Caldecott Honor Book When I Was Young in the Mountains by Cynthia Rylant. Inspired by the handwritten letters of the Founding Mothers, she begins with their quill and sepia handwriting and spins out the line to re-create their images and the remarkable events of their lives for a new generation of young readers.
Chapter book readers will love this light-hearted story of a missing dance shoe, escaped pets and possible wicked step-sisters
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