Sunday, February 8, 2015

If you have a Cinderella fan in your family be sure to check out the great new books!

Are your little ones excited to see the newest Disney rendition of Cinderella. This live action movie will surely be fantastic and is coming to a theater near you on 3/13/15. If the kids do not want to wait, well I have some good news for you Disney Publishing has recently released some wonderful new Cinderella books. 

These books are great for tweens ages 8-12 and children ages 3-5. In the prices $3.99 to $16.99. If you have a Cinderella fan in your family be sure to check out the great new books below.

Cinderella Junior Novel  – by Elizabeth Rudnick release date January 27, 2015
This junior novel adaptation of the new Disney film starring Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, and Richard Madden is the perfect reading experience for middle-graders.Ella's childhood is a happy one: she has loving parents, plenty of fields and meadows to explore, and lots of kind animal friends to play with. A sweet child, Ella warms the hearts of all who meet her. And her home is a wonderful place, the perfect little kingdom for a joyful family. But when tragedy strikes, Ella's happy home turns into one filled with sadness and cruelty. Will Ella be able to hold onto her kindness and courage through it all? Ages 8-12.
Have Courage, Be Kind: The Tale of Cinderella -by Brittany Candau release date January 27, 2015

Ella is different than most young women in the kingdom. She can quote any Shakespearean play. She befriends every animal she meets, including the scurrying mice living in the walls. She believes in the power of kindness, in changing customs that are not so kind. Ella has faced unspeakable tragedy and loss, and is at the mercy of her cruel stepfamily. And yet, Ella tries to keep a brave face, no matter how difficult this becomes. Kit has always been deemed a “dreamer.” He values peace above all else. He’s never understood the point of certain royal traditions and rituals. He’d rather spend time in his mother’s garden than learn to fence or sit for a portrait. And as a prince, this has been somewhat problematic. This is a story about kindness and courage, about love lost and love found, about the power of names. This is the story of Cinderella.
Ages 9-12.
Cinderella: A Night at the Ball -release date January 27, 2015

In 1950, Walt Disney Studios released the classic film about a kind and wishful servant girl who is swept away from the harsh lifestyle of a bleak home to a life of royalty and true love. The live-action re-imagining of this timeless tale is sure to delight fans both old and new! Ages 3-5
Cinderella Picture Book: Purchase includes Disney eBook! -by Brittany Candau (Author), Cory Godbey (Illustrator) release date January 27, 2015

Ella is a special girl--one who cares for every person and animal she comes across; one who values kindness and courage above all else. But her true uniqueness comes from staying compassionate and brave, even when faced with trials and tragedy. From not giving into darkness, even when it seems all hope is lost. Follow Ella's story in the classic tale told anew a tale filled with bright pumpkins and glass slippers, with shiny palaces and ringing clock towers, and with the power of kindness and courage.  Ages 3-5.
So if you are looking for a great book for the special tween in your life (or the big kid like me…) Cinderella Junior Novel would be great for the ages, 8-12. along with  Have Courage, Be Kind: The Tale of Cinderella  for ages 9-12  or again big kids that never grow up like myself. If your kids are the younger set the Cinderella: A Night at the Ball and the Cinderella Picture Book are great for ages 3-5. Be sure to check these great books out, and see the movie Cinderella in theaters 3/13/15.
 Would the Cinderella fan in you life love these books?

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Unknown said...

I loved Cinderella when I was a little girl. Unfortunately, I don't have a little girl of my own to share that love with. It's great that Disney can reinvent classics and make them popular all over again.

Scarlet of Family Focus Blog said...

Yes, my little girl loves to read so I bet she will like these suggestions! Great list of Cinderella books.

Tonya said...

I have 2 little Cinderella fans that I'm sure would absolutely love these books! :)

Dawn McAlexander said...

I always love anything that encourages kids to read. Thanks for sharing about these books.

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