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Cendrillon A Caribbean Cinderella

A Caldecott Honor authorillustrator team brings us a Caribbean Cinderella story told from the perspective of the magical godmother You may think you already know this story about a beautiful servant girl a cruel stepmother a magnificent ball and a lost slipper But you’ve never heard it for true Now you can hear t. I like this version of Cinderella because the bad people aren t associated with being ugly and being pretty doesn t make you the good one Yes Cinderella is beautiful in her dress but there s no emphasis on ugly step sisters or step mother The step mother is puffed up proud because of her family s origins which I would actually consider to be a flaw in a person Being ugly isn t a character flaw That s what really bugs me about most Cinderella storiesAlso the godmother is a person not a fairy and is the narrator which gives the story a nice feel

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He tale from someone who was there a poor washerwoman from the island of Martiniue She has just one thing in the world to love her goddaughter Cendrillon When she finds Cendrillon heartsick over a rich man’s son at first she doesn’t know what to do But she has sharp wits a strong will and the magic wand her mot. To check out my reviews need everyone to stop with what you are doing and read this beautiful and cultural story of an iconic classic of Cinderella Except this is the Caribbean version I read this book in the 4th grade as it was featured in our textbook and I loved everything that dealt with fairy tales back then so I was hooked on it from the beginning Until I started noticing the differences that I was a bit disappointed but reading it now felt amazing and a fresh of breath air for a classic story Everyone on the planet knows the story of Cinderella there s Disney s versions films musicals books and cartoons that illustrate this classic My favorite version of Cinderella is the Whitney Houston and Brandy version of the MusicalWe meet the narrator of the story which is godmother of Cendrillon When the narrator mothers passed away she gave her this magic wand that could change objects from one thing to another but the big catch is you can only use the magic for someone you love She took care of this friend who has a daughter named Cendrillon and when the mother passed away in many ways the godmother takes care of Cendrillon from afarCendrillon gets a new stepmother and she is awful and the interesting aspect is the father lets the abuse because he is afraid of his new wife Um The uestion that pops in my head is then WHY DID YOU MARRY HER He never dies in the book which I found to be a huge difference in the book and a bit sad that you don t have the courage to stand up and defend your daughterCendrillon is treated as a slave and while that may seem tragic she never lets the pain and frustration get personal and enjoys life to the fullest Then one day the godmother makes the connection that Cendrillon is not acting like herself and figures out that there s a special birthday partyball for Monsieur Thibault s son Paul tonight They are not royalty but Monsieur Thibault is one of the richest man in the islandCendrillon family doesn t permit her to attend the ball but the godmother makes the connection that she can finally use the magic wand to help her godchild When everyone in Cendrillon household leaves to the party the godmother uses her magic and creates a phenomenal carriage and a beautiful gown for Cendrillon and both head to the partyThe illustrations are one of the best I have ever seen in a children s book and make the magic and beauty of both the Carribean and Cendrillon story to pop out with color and her dress is spectacular in the illustrations better than the Disney animated versionPlus I love the aspect that the godmother is always watching over Cendrillon and by attending the ball she doesn t appear like this crazy woman who popped out of nowhere and has magical powers I do not know for other cultures but especially the Hispanic community most huge parties that are celebrated in someone s household if a girl that hasn t reached the age of 18 and wants to attend she cannot go by herself It seems impolite prevents the girl to be alone with a boy and poor manners on the parents part I can only speak for the Cuban side and I ve seen this happen countless times in my upbringingThis story reminded me a lot of the movie Ever After with Drew Barry I used to watch it countless times as a child and I believe because it was a Cinderella story I was just entranced with real people What I loved about that movie is the magic aspect doesn t exist so she gets caught when she attends the party I had the same feeling and I thought Cendrillon would get caught at the ball but I believe since she never cleaned herself up and put makeup and all the beautiful aspect of getting dressed up it possible that her family didn t recognize her or they were suspicious as to who is this beautiful woman who walked inYou know the rest of the story of Cinderella so there isn t much left to explain Midnight comes and all the magic disappears Surprisingly the slippers don t revert back to its original state and Paul makes the decision that he will search for this girl and marry her I love how the author made the reference to the original story and in many ways insulted it at the same time When the stepsister is trying on the slipper the godmother says maybe if you cut of her toes it will finally fit and the stepmother gave a look that could kill I was laughing immediately because that s the original story of Cinderella Once Cendrillon tries on the slippers they get married lived Happily Ever After The End Promises in Tumble Creek you are doing and read this beautiful and cultural story of an iconic classic of Cinderella Except this is the Caribbean version I read this book in the 4th grade as it was featured in our textbook and I loved everything that dealt with fairy tales back then so I was hooked on it from the beginning Until I started noticing the differences that I was a bit disappointed but reading it now felt amazing and a fresh of breath air for a classic story Everyone on the planet knows the story of Cinderella there s Disney s versions films musicals books and cartoons that illustrate this classic My favorite version of Cinderella is the Whitney Houston and Brandy version of the MusicalWe meet the narrator of the story which is godmother of Cendrillon When the narrator mothers passed away she gave her this magic wand that could change objects from one thing to another but the big catch is Mischief and Marriage you can only use the magic for someone Blackmailed Into the Greek Tycoons Bed (International Billionaires, you don t have the courage to stand up and defend Her Husbands Christmas Bargain your daughterCendrillon is treated as a slave and while that may seem tragic she never lets the pain and frustration get personal and enjoys life to the fullest Then one day the godmother makes the connection that Cendrillon is not acting like herself and figures out that there s a special birthday partyball for Monsieur Thibault s son Paul tonight They are not royalty but Monsieur Thibault is one of the richest man in the islandCendrillon family doesn t permit her to attend the ball but the godmother makes the connection that she can finally use the magic wand to help her godchild When everyone in Cendrillon household leaves to the party the godmother uses her magic and creates a phenomenal carriage and a beautiful gown for Cendrillon and both head to the partyThe illustrations are one of the best I have ever seen in a children s book and make the magic and beauty of both the Carribean and Cendrillon story to pop out with color and her dress is spectacular in the illustrations better than the Disney animated versionPlus I love the aspect that the godmother is always watching over Cendrillon and by attending the ball she doesn t appear like this crazy woman who popped out of nowhere and has magical powers I do not know for other cultures but especially the Hispanic community most huge parties that are celebrated in someone s household if a girl that hasn t reached the age of 18 and wants to attend she cannot go by herself It seems impolite prevents the girl to be alone with a boy and poor manners on the parents part I can only speak for the Cuban side and I ve seen this happen countless times in my upbringingThis story reminded me a lot of the movie Ever After with Drew Barry I used to watch it countless times as a child and I believe because it was a Cinderella story I was just entranced with real people What I loved about that movie is the magic aspect doesn t exist so she gets caught when she attends the party I had the same feeling and I thought Cendrillon would get caught at the ball but I believe since she never cleaned herself up and put makeup and all the beautiful aspect of getting dressed up it possible that her family didn t recognize her or they were suspicious as to who is this beautiful woman who walked inYou know the rest of the story of Cinderella so there isn t much left to explain Midnight comes and all the magic disappears Surprisingly the slippers don t revert back to its original state and Paul makes the decision that he will search for this girl and marry her I love how the author made the reference to the original story and in many ways insulted it at the same time When the stepsister is trying on the slipper the godmother says maybe if The Geography of Witchcraft you cut of her toes it will finally fit and the stepmother gave a look that could kill I was laughing immediately because that s the original story of Cinderella Once Cendrillon tries on the slippers they get married lived Happily Ever After The End

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Her left her and soon she has a plan to give her dear Cendrillon the gift of a love that will change her life Adapted from a traditional Creole story this fresh retelling captures all the age old romance and magic of Cinderella melding it with the vivid beauty of the Caribbean and the musical language of the island. Cendrillion is a Caribbean twist on the classic Cinderella story This version tells the story of a poor washer woman and her god daughter Cendrillion The story takes place on the island of Martiniue For the most part it follows the classic fairytale but the author includes the beautiful Creole language and a few details that pay tribute to the Caribbean culture Pinkney s illustrations for this book are breathtaking and vibrant I believe he used both scratchboard and watercolor to complete the illustrations The colors and textures add to the fairytale and also allow readers to visualize the cultural aspect of this book Each page has a detailed illustration that brings the words to life The illustrations also help to explain some of the Creole language which might be new to many reading this book This would be a great book to use with any kids from ages kindergarten fourth grade One neat text feature of this book is that it includes a glossary in the back of the book to explain all of the CreoleFrench terms that are used to tell the story It is told from the God Mother s point of view and this adds an interesting element to this version of the classic Cinderella tale It would be great to use it in a Fairy Tale Unit Students would have an opportunity to compare and contrast this version with other variants of the Cinderella story It also provides students will an opportunity to learn about the Caribbean culture and language I would also recommend sharing the author s note in the back of the book with any readers It gives important background knowledge and explanations behind this story


10 thoughts on “Cendrillon A Caribbean Cinderella

  1. says:

    I have read many different versions of “Cinderella” during my time but this is the first time I have heard of a Carib

  2. says:

    I like this version of Cinderella because the bad people aren't associated with being ugly and being pretty doesn't make you the good one Yes Cinderella is beautiful in her dress but there's no emphasis on ugly step sisters or step mother Th

  3. says:

    An entertaining and interesting retelling of Cinderella with a Caribbean flare The French Creole vocabulary is used skillfully; fits with the flow of the story rather than being frustrating or jarring The glossary in the back explains anything that one couldn't gather via context Also appreciated the story being told from the God

  4. says:

    This is a very interesting take on CINDERELLAWhat I enjoyed as much as the Caribbean take and flavor was the the story was told from the perspective of the godmother Here she's not so much a fairy and a kindly lady in Cendrillon's life who has inherited a magic rod of woodI liked the way elements of the traditional tale were woven i

  5. says:

    To check out my reviews need everyone to stop with what you are doing and read this beautiful and cultural story of an iconic classic of Cinderella Except this is the Caribbean version I read this book in the 4th grade as it was featured in our textbook and I loved everything that dealt with fairy tales back th

  6. says:

    Plot Summary This traditional literature tale based off of Cinderella is the Caribbean tale written by Robert D San Douci This tale is told in

  7. says:

    Cendrillon is a French Creole adaptation of the traditional Cinderella set in the Caribbean as is recommended for children in kindergarten through third grade The story is told in first person from the point of view of Cendrillon's godmother The story is uite different from the traditional tale Cendillion’s godmother has a magic wand made of mahogany which she can only use to help someone she truly loves Her godmother uses the wand to

  8. says:

    Cendrillion is a Caribbean twist on the classic Cinderella story This version tells the story of a poor washer woman and her god daughter Cendrillion The story takes place on the island of Martiniue For the most part it follows the classic fairytale but the author includes the beautiful Creole language and a few details th

  9. says:

    There is so many versions of Cinderella Cendrillon A Caribbean Cinderella written by Robert D San Souci and was published in 1998 It is similar to the original Cinderella that we are all aware of This version does

  10. says:

    Cendrillon A Caribbean Cinderella by Robert D San Souci illustrated by Brian Pinkney this story is very non traditional from the Disney CinderellaThe author tells the story from the first person The author focuses on telling the real version of Cinderella it a story based on a beautiful servant girl The story is told from

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