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Cinderella Sarah: 14 Bedtime Stories, Fun Read Alouds and Short Stories for Kids

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Cinderella Sarah: 14 Bedtime Stories, Fun Read Alouds and Short Stories for Kids

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106 pagine
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Pubblicato:
Sep 13, 2018
ISBN:
9780473359683
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*****Read Alouds for Kindergarten to 4th Grade, and Bedtime Short Stories for Kids you can be sure you and your children will enjoy—this book is rated Five Out of Five Stars by Readers Favorite.com*****

A great short story read aloud book for 5-9 year olds you'll love including:

  • Cinderella Sarah—a Cinderella story told by the little brother
  • The Bodyguard—a pet dog looks after his friend
  • Grandma's Muddled Magic—a fairy Godmother is reunited with her magic wand and "helps" fairy tale characters
  • Dumplepumple the Friendly Troll—a young troll stumbles upon a sleeping dragon
  • Skyhead the Dinosaur—take a tumble back in time to the age of the dinosaurs
  • Morris the Monkey—the big fishing competition is coming up but all he wants to do is play.
  • The Magical Monster of Doom—everything turns topsy-turvy when the magical monster of doom is around
  • Pakak the Inuit Huskie Dog—A young boy searches for his lost dog

Find 14 fun read aloud children's stories | bedtime stories for kids ages 5-9 in this heart-warming book. There are pets, fairy tale characters, monsters, dragons and everyday school stories! Not to forget the pizza! It's one of those fun books for kids you'll enjoy as much as your child or student!

Pubblicato:
Sep 13, 2018
ISBN:
9780473359683
Formato:
Libro

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Cinderella Sarah - Karen Cossey

Cinderella Sarah

14 Bedtime Stories for Children

Fun Classroom Read Alouds

And Short Stories for Kids

By Karen Cossey

Copyright © 2014 Karen Cossey

All Rights Reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by information storage and retrieval system without prior permission in writing from the author, except by a reviewer, who may quote brief passages in a review. Requests for permission should be made in writing to: Karen  Cossey, P O Box 6040, Tauranga 3146, New Zealand or using the online contact form at www.karencossey.com

First Kindle Edition Published 2014

3rd Edition April 2016

ISBN: 978-0-473-35968-3 (Epub)

Publisher: Stolen Moments (an imprint of Tui Valley Books Ltd)

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Dedication

This book is dedicated to Peter, Daniel and Amy.

Thank you for persevering with me!

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Cinderella Sarah

Dumplepumple the Friendly Troll

Grandma's Muddled Magic

The Magical Monster of Doom

Finding Pakak

Eye'll Fix It

Rainy Day in Venice

Skyhead the Dinosaur

The Long Walk Home from Bethlehem

Survival Class

Morris The Monkey

Carry On Carolina

Dragonfly Peace

The Bodyguard

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Cinderella Sarah

I DON'T LIKE TUESDAYS. Tuesday is the day the Prince visits. He always comes to see Lady Roselle, because she is so beautiful. That has to be the only reason, because she's a nasty snake, with pumpkin breath too. That's what I call her, but my sister Sarah scolds me and says she's been good to us, and we must be respectful.

Anyhow, when the Prince visits, even I have to take a bath, and I am only the kitchen lad. Cook threatens she'll put me in the sink with the dirty dishes if I don't get down to the river and wash my hair. Ain't gonna risk having any soap on my skin, no Siree! So off I run. That's not so bad I guess, I love jumping off the high cliff, except the water is freezing. A few months ago, I was having so much fun jumping and splashing, that I didn't realise the Prince was watching me. He called out to me and chatted with me for a good long time.

What a nice man he was asking me about myself and my sister. Well, I told him the whole story, with all my best acting. Sarah says I am a great actor, and he was a great audience. I walked tall and proud like my Dad, the great merchant that he was, and I blew strong and fierce like the storm that sank his ship. I died grandly praying for my two precious children. Then I pretended to be my wicked stepmother, who threw us out of our own home and made us come to work for Lady Roselle. I was getting carried away with myself because this is my favorite story to act out; my sister does love it and laughs at my fooling around. But, I kept my wits about me and avoided the scene where I act out Lady Roselle as a snake. Thankfully, someone came to call the Prince away just then. He seemed sad to say goodbye, but probably he was sad to have to go talk to that Lady Roselle.

That was the only good Tuesday I've had since then. Lady Roselle heard about my acting somehow, and now I'm banned from appearing before the Prince. Instead, my sister has to wait on Lady Roselle and his Royalness hand and foot. She's kind of nervous around the Prince, and she hates all that standing around, not moving, and saying ‘yes M’am’, ‘no M’am’. She's a little clumsy too and keeps dropping things. I told her that if she was a slave in some countries, she could be killed for dropping things. That didn't seem to help her.

Lady Roselle enjoys punishing her later, once the Prince has gone. Clean this, fetch that, fix this, and try not to drop it, Sarah, she says in her hoity-toity voice.

I really have trouble being respectful to that snake. It's worse because Sarah used to go to school with Roselle when they were children, and Roselle so loves to make a big thing of Sarah being her servant now. When I complain, Sarah tells me to shush, we have nowhere else to go, so let’s make the best of it.

The other Tuesday I was helping Jim the gardener, when who should appear but the Prince himself, with my sister! I couldn't believe it! Seems Lady Roselle sent Sarah on an errand to fetch some vegetables from the garden, and the Prince offered to go with her because he had a headache and needed some fresh air. Magic, I reckon. They were talking and laughing like old friends. I've never seen Sarah looking so relaxed and pretty; not that I’d tell her so.

When the Prince saw me, he seemed super excited and asked me to act out a story. I did my other favorite, Puss in Boots, with the help of Jim as the Miller’s son, and Sarah as the beautiful princess. The Prince offered to be the ogre and what fun we had! He said I was the smartest puss, and Sarah the most beautiful princess he'd ever seen. Boy, did she blush, especially when I told the Prince he was the ugliest ogre I’d ever met.

This last Tuesday, the Prince invited Lady Roselle to his ball. He said all young ladies of the land could come,

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