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In this charming version of the Cinderella story, take a peek at the Princes personal diary as he tells the well-known tale from his point of view. Find out what the Prince was feeling when he first met Cinderella, and what he really thinks about her stepsisters! All your questions will be answered: Did Cinderella have a fairy godmother? Did the Prince try a glass slipper ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Shens Books
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Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
The story could have been good if the prince hadn't been depicted as more of a farm boy than royalty. Checking fences?? Some parts of the story didn't make sense, like him digging a hole to plant a tree in the road where coaches drive. The illustrations were so Disney-like I'm surprised there haven't been accusations of plagiarism. Not recommended.
Miriam
Aug 11, 2009 Miriam rated it it was ok
Shelves: picture, fairy-tale
Disappointingly, the prince's perspective fails to add much depth the story, since he and Cinderella don't talk or interact, although they see each other a few times before the ball -- their feelings are still pretty much based on looks. The prince is kind of dumb, and it bothered me how unpleasant he was to the other girls who were introduced as prospective brides.

The illustrations were okay very like Disney in style.
Angela
Jun 02, 2011 Angela rated it it was amazing
Shelves: children-s
I didn't realize the author was also a bookcrosser...or maybe I did. i have had this book on my wishlist forever, and finally picked it up on Amazon.

I am a sucker for Cinderella tales (and just added a few more to my wishlist...sigh) -- this one is told from the Prince's view and the story changes just a little bit, in a nice way. I enjoyed this little tale quite a lot and will be keeping this book.
bookczuk
Jan 27, 2009 bookczuk rated it liked it
Recommended to bookczuk by: Antof9
A delightful twist on the Cinderella story, as told from the prince's point of view - and what a sensible point of view it is! I'm thinking that there is much more of a chance for a happy ever after with this Prince and Cynthia than the original version. (Plus I'm delighted to read a book by another BookCrosser.)
Elizabeth
Feb 18, 2008 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I am the illustrator of this book - keep an eye out for my dog Bernie and the mice who cause trouble throughout.

This is the classic Cinderella story, but from the Prince's point of view.
Ahren
Oct 12, 2008 Ahren rated it liked it
Sweet children's book from Cinderella's Prince's point of view. Fabulous illustrations by Georgia illustrator Elizabeth O. Dulemba.
Mimo
Feb 02, 2008 Mimo rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: 1st-3rd grade
Another variation of Cinderella-- but this one is told from the prince's perspective.
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Elizabeth O. Dulemba was beamed to this planet with a pencil in her hand. Once she stopped chewing on it, she began to draw and write . . .
You can see her work in several books, including THE PRINCE'S DIARY, named No. 1 2006 Valentines Day Pick by Book Sense in conjunction with the Association of American Publishers (AAP). She has six books forthcoming in 2008, however the one she's most excited
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