CINDERELLA'S MOUSE AND OTHER FAIRY TALES by Rosalle Fry

CINDERELLA'S MOUSE AND OTHER FAIRY TALES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A quiet charm pervades this British author's collection of her own fairy stories. ""Cinderella's Mouse"" is a shy nursery creature who's overjoyed when the youngest of the three little girls who live there is given a new party dress. There's a dreamy, phantasy to the tale of a dancing sylph who got left behind and rescued, by doves in a nearby castle; a reward after search when a merman finds a lovely figurehead. Ten tales for wee wide-eyeds, though the author's drawings have a too studied othereality.

Publisher: Dutton