FAIR, BROWN & TREMBLING
: AN IRISH CINDERELLA.
New York : Farrar, Straus,
& Giroux, 2005.
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is a Cinderella tale with a bit of a different story. There are no
royal balls. No princes searching the country for a wife. No
evil step sisters. No pumpkins or mice. Instead we have a young
lady wishing to accompany her family to church. But she has no dress
that is good enough to wear. When the old henwife agrees to help,
the story begins.
Folk lore -- Ireland.
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