Bibliography

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Books for Children

Books for Children
Author Title/Publisher ISBN Number Comments
Arthur, Malcolm (trans)
Marcellino, Fred (illus)
Puss in Boots.
Tandem Library. 1998
0613105249 A re-telling of Charles Perrault’s classic fairy tale.
Climo, Shirley
Heller, Ruth (illus)
The Egyptian
Cinderella. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1989
069004822X
0690048246(lib)
A falcon snatches a slave girl's rose-red gold slipper and delivers it to the Pharoah, who searches all of Egypt to make her his queen.
Climo, Shirley (author);
Laura Krupinski (illustr.)
The Irish Cinderlad. Harper Collins, 1996 0060243961 This Irish-boy version of the Cinderella tale uses different props for his rise from rags to riches.
Climo, Shirley (author);
Robert Florczak (illustr.)
The Persian Cinderella. Harper Collins, 1999 0064438538 A Persian version of the Cinderella story.
Climo, Shirley (author);
Ruth Heller (illustr.)
The Korean Cinderella. Harper Collins, 1993 0064433978 A Korean version of the Cinderella story.
Ellis, Sarah (author);
Dusan Petricic (illustr.)
The Queen’s Feet. Red Deer Press, 2000. 0889953201 Queen Daisy’s feet have a mind of their own, and sometimes get her into trouble.
Galdone, Paul The Elves and the Shoemaker. New York: Clarion Books, 1984 0899192262 Traditional tale of the elves who help the poor shoemaker and his wife by sewing shoes together at night.
Heo, Yumi Father’s Rubber Shoes. New York: Orchard Books, 1995 0531068730
0531087239 (lib)
Yungsu misses Korea terribly until he makes friends in America.
Jackson, Ellen
O'Malley, Kevin (illus)
Cinder Edna. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1994 1561384445 Cinderella and Cinder Edna, who live with cruel stepmothers, have different approaches to life, and although both end up with the prince of their dreams, one is a great deal happier than the other.
Jackson, Ellen
O'Malley, Kevin (illus)
Cinder Edna. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1994 1561384445 Cinderella and Cinder Edna, who live with cruel stepmothers, have different approaches to life, and although both end up with the prince of their dreams, one is a great deal happier than the other.
Light, Steve The Shoemaker Extraordinaire. Abrams. 2003 0810942364 Hans is the best shoemaker in the kingdom. A jealous colleague tells him the local giant needs a pair of new shoes, when in fact what the giant is looking for is dinner!
Matsuno, Masako A Pair of Red Clogs. Purple House Press. 1960. 193090021 A child cracks her new getas and so longs for a bright shiny new pair that she almost does a dishonest thing.
McClintock, Barbara Cinderella. Scholastic. 2005 0439561450 A re-telling of Charles Perrault’s version of Cinderella.
Munsch, Robert (author);
Michael Martchenko (illustr.)
Smelly Socks. Scholastic. 2005 0439967074 Tina loves her socks so much that she doesn’t want to take them off… ever! When the socks start to smell, her friends jump into action. Story set on a First Nation reserve.
Perlman, Janet (& illus) Cinderella Penguin. Toronto: KidsCan Press, 1992 1550740733 Traditional tale told with penguin characters. Wonderful illustrations.
Perrault, Charles Cendrillon Flammarion (Editions) (Nov. 1 1998) 2081602598 Charles Perrault’s classic fairy tale.
San Souci, Robert D. (author);
Brian Pinkney (illustr.)
Cendrillon: A Caribbean Cinderella. Aladin Paperbacks. 1998. 0689848889 The Caribbean version of Cinderella.
Sanderson, Ruth (& illus) The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1990 0316770175 Twelve princesses wear out their slippers dancing all night long, until their secret is finally discovered.
Simard, Rémy
Pratt, Pierre (illus)
The Magic Boot. Toronto: Annick Press, 1995 1550374117 Pipo is given magic boots to accommodate his enormous feet, with startling results.
Simard, Rémy
Pratt, Pierre (illus)
La bottine magique de Pipo. Toronto: Annick Press, 1995 1550374117 Pipo is given magic boots to accommodate his enormous feet, with startling results.
Wheeler, Denelda
Bekkering, Herman (illus)
Where did you get your Moccasins? Winnipeg: Pegius, ?   A boy tells his classmates just how his grandmother, or Kookum, made his moccasins.