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Cinderella 2000: Looking Back . . .

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  110 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A hilarious account of preparing for New Year's Eve for the millennium with romance, drama, shopping, two devilish stepsisters, and a happily-ever-after ending.

Ashley Ella Toral wants to spend the last hours of 1999 and the first hours of the year 2000 at the Green Hill Country Club with her (hopefully) soon-to-be boyfriend. And what's standing in the way of Ashley's roman
Paperback, 208 pages
Published January 9th 2001 by Yearling (first published September 7th 1999)
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L-Crystal Wlodek
This chapter book version of Cinderella is modern and set in the present day. Ashley, the main character, really wants to spend New Year’s Eve at an exclusive party with her crush. However, her stepmother has other plans for her and wants her to baby-sit her evil twin siblings. Ashley’s godmother who is flying in from Florida, brings lots of cash and gifts, making all of her dreams come true.

This version of Cinderella is definitely told with a modern twist. The storyline is very predictable and
I give this a 3.5.
It was a really cute little story. I did have a little bit of a problem with Phyllis; the stepmother. She was really annonying. And the twins (step sisters) were little stinkers. But I loved the Grandmother/fairy godmother! She was great. I wish there had been more of the ending; telling about what happened at the party! The whole book leads up to this moment, and is about Ashley/Cinderella trying to get to the New Year's Eve pary of the new millenium, and then we don't even g
StephanyAC1 Thomas
This book to me was awesome. I enjoyed reading it. it was a fast read book so i got thru it quick. it has interesting details so it kept me reading. i dont know any more books from this author but i will sure like to find out :)
Very cute story. I loved it so much, Except the ending left me on a cliff hanger! >:( It kinda made me mad...
Another retold Cinderella story that I like. It is very humorous and realistic.
Stephanie A.
Fun, lighthearted fluff generally suitable for younger readers.
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Based on Cinderella.
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