Best Read [Joan Holub Suzanne Williams] ☆ Cinderella Stays Late || [Philosophy Book] PDF ☆

By Joan Holub Suzanne Williams | Comments: ( 814 ) | Date: ( Jan 21, 2020 )

The authors of the hit Goddess Girls series put a fun and girly twist on another super popular theme fairy tales Once upon a time, in faraway GrimmlandiaA Grimmtastic girl named Cinderella is starting her first week at Grimm Academy on the wrong foot Cinda s totally evil stepsisters are out to make her life miserable The Steps tease Cinda, give her terrible advice abThe authors of the hit Goddess Girls series put a fun and girly twist on another super popular theme fairy tales Once upon a time, in faraway GrimmlandiaA Grimmtastic girl named Cinderella is starting her first week at Grimm Academy on the wrong foot Cinda s totally evil stepsisters are out to make her life miserable The Steps tease Cinda, give her terrible advice about life at the academy, and even make her look bad in front of her new friends, Red, Snow, and Rapunzel But when Cinda overhears the Steps plotting a villainous deed that could ruin Prince Awesome s ball, Cinda, her new friends, and a pair of magical glass slippers have to stop them before the last stroke of midnight

  • Title: Cinderella Stays Late
  • Author: Joan Holub Suzanne Williams
  • ISBN: 9780545519830
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback

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Joan Holub Suzanne Williams

Children s book author TOOL SCHOOL MIGHTY DADS a NY Times bestseller LITTLE RED WRITING the GODDESS GIRLS series with Suzanne Williams THIS LITTLE PRESIDENT, A Presidential Primer THIS LITTLE TRAILBLAZER, A Girl Power Primer, ZERO THE HERO Lucky to be doing what I love

Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls, by Cinderella Stays Late book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers The authors of the hit Goddess Girls series put a fun and gi Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers. Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls Book English Cinderella oder Cinda, ist neu an der Schule, genauso wie Prinz Awesome Natrlich sind ihre bsen Stiefschwestern auch nicht weit Die Beiden haben nmlich ein Auge auf Prinz Awesome geworfen, der seinerseits Interesse an Cinda zeigt Nun verlangen die Stiefschwestern von ihr, das sie Prinz Awesome auf sie beide aufmerksam machen soll, oder sie machen Cinda s Leben zur Hlle. Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls, Band Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls, Band Joan Holub, Suzanne Williams ISBN Kostenloser Versand fr alle Bcher mit Versand und Verkauf duch . Cinderella Stays Late Joan Holub, Suzanne The authors of the hit Goddess Girls series put a fun and girly twist on another super popular theme fairy tales Once upon a time, in faraway Grimmlandia A Grimmtastic girl named Cinderella is starting her first week at Grimm Academy on the wrong foot Cinda s totally evil stepsisters are out to make her life miserable The Steps tease Cinderella Stays Late by Joan Holub, Suzanne Cinderella Stays Late Ebook written by Joan Holub, Suzanne Williams Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Cinderella Stays Late. Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls Series Best of all, if after reading an e book, you buy a paper version of Cinderella Stays Late Grimmtastic Girls Series Read the book on paper it is quite a powerful experience Read the book on paper it is quite a powerful experience.

Comments Cinderella Stays Late

  • Renee

    My daughter (10) and I (Mom) reviewed this book for Mother Daughter Book Reviews. My daughter gives it 5 stars and I give it 4 stars. Here are our thoughts:DAUGHTER SAYS: I liked how this story connected with the original Cinderella story and I’d like to have a library like the one in the story. I liked how there was a mystery about the E.V.I.L. Society because it makes me wonder who is a good guy and who is a bad guy. I didn’t like how they called Cinderella, Cinda for short and the “Step [...]

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  • Alyson LaBarge

    Ah yes, once upon a time in Grimmlandia I do love a good fractured fairytale! And while Cinderella is not usually my favored princess, I found her much more likable in this rendition of the tale. Cinda (Cinderella prefers that here) finds going to school can be fun at Grimm Academy even though her wretched as always half-sisters Malorette and Odette go there as well. Cinda discovers some friends of her own (With names like Rapunzel, Snow and Red *snicker*) and the lot of them work to discover *q [...]

  • Elissa Schaeffer

    I liked the Goddess Girls books and the Heroes in Training books, so I was happy to see another series from the Joan Holub/Suzanne Williams writing team. Overall enjoyable, but I have one fairly minor issue.Cinda (or as we may already know her as Cinderella) is starting at Grimm Academy, finally! Her stepsisters (or "Steps" as she calls them) have been going for years and have given Cinda some tips, which turn out to be the opposite of what she was hoping for! But she manages to make it through [...]

  • Melanie

    This is a great start to a fantastic new series! Cinda is starting out at Grimm Academy. She's super excited for her Balls class, hoping they'll get to play masketball, a game in which players wear masks and shoot balls through magical hoops. She only knows her stepsisters and soon makes some new friends, girls that are actually nice to her: Red, Snow and Rapunzel. There's also a new guy in school, Prince Awesome of the Kingdom of Awesomeness. The Steps tricked Cinda into taking the Balls class [...]

  • Jaymie

    Great for fans of Whatever After and Ever After High. Great story and characters. Great world building. Not cheesy - something that is a risk with re-told fairy tales. I really enjoyed this one!

  • Diamond

    *I received a copy of this book in the first reads giveaway program*I've been a fan of Joan Holub & Suzanne Williams for awhile now. Their Goddess Girls series is so delightful I buy it for my niece on every occasion (she loves them)! So when I saw their new foray into middle grade lit, this time with a fairy tale spin on it, I definitely wanted to read it. I can safely say that this is another fabulous world they've created, and fans of Goddess Girls are sure to love this new series. Grimm [...]

  • Erika Messer

    I adored this book - a SUPERB start to the series :) We all love the classic fairy tales, but it is awesome when you can find something that puts a spin on them and that is EXACTLY what the authors of this book did! Cinderella becomes Cinda, the Stepsisters become The Steps, and all of our faves are there including Red, Snow and Rapunzel! And of course who can forget Prince Awesome???? A totally new and magical take on the old stories and perfect for YA readers but I am 37 and enjoyed it immense [...]

  • Kim Propp

    This was a fun little book. It was short and easy to read, but had substance. The main characters are Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Red Riding Hood. Cinderella is introduced to Grimm Academy and arrives late because her mean step-sisters pulled a trick on her. They do that all the time. Cinderella, (AKA Cinda) makes friends pretty easy with the other girls. She discovers all kinds of magical things about Grimm Academy like her school book that is blank until she tells it what subject she [...]

  • Jess at Such a Novel Idea

    I received a copy of this book via Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected the outcome of my thoughts. This was a superbly well-done start to a new series by the writers of the Goddess Girls series. I have to be honest, I got the book both for my five year old daughter who is a bit obsessed with fairy tales, as well as myself. I love retellings and wanted to see how this one would go, even if it is written for younger girls.And I have to tell you, we [...]

  • A Leisure Moment

    Cinderella and Red Riding Hood have 2 distinct stories to tell. Following their journey to get to the end of their stories will be an entertaining ride any young reader will not want to miss.To read the rest of the review, and to find out more about the book, simply follow the link: aleisuremoment/2014/03

  • Danielle

    Good book! If you like The School for Good and Evil, you'll enjoy this quick, lighter fare. Cinda was a sweet main character who is hesitant and unsure of herself, but slowly begins to find ways to be assertive or to share herself with new acquaintances. As the authors did with the Goddess Girls series, I am interested to see where the branch out to other characters besides the four main protagonists in Book 1. Recommend this to your early readers!

  • Athena Shardbearer

    Thank you Netgalley & for this free copy for a honest review. This book was in desperate need of an editor, at least the copy that I received. I tried every evening to read this one to my daughter, but I had to keep stopping because sentences didn't make sense. I may buy an actual copy later for my daughter, but I just couldn't get past all the misspellings and grammatical errors and for now this book gets 2 stars.

  • Dolores

    Delightful spin on a well-known tale.It's close enough to the true story, with plenty of magical spins to make it appealing to elementary readers.The girls in my class loved "Goddess Girls" and they will be delighted to meet the "Grimmtastic Girls" - stories about Rapunzel, Red, and Snow are coming soon.

  • Ashleigh

    Read as digital ARC.As a big fan of Goddess Girls, I was thrilled when I realized Grimm Girls was going to be a thing. Cinderella Stays Late did not disappoint! It's a clever, but simple somewhat twisted retelling, with plenty of familiar characters and hints of storylines to come. I'm pumped. Also, Rapunzel fans will be happy

  • Patricia

    In my opinion, I thought it was a really good book to read. When you read the book, you feel many things. Like, sad or mysterious. There are many more words to it, but I read the book a long time ago so, I don't remember some things. Well, I hope the people who read it, enjoyed the book really much.

  • Laura

    A cute story. Some of the word-play got to be a bit much, but it would probably be amusing for kids. No Cinderella retelling will ever live up to Ella Enchanted or Just Ella, but this was overall an enjoyable reworking of the story. Received from NetGalley

  • Krista

    I really enjoyed the first book of this series. The characters are interesting, friendships are formed, there's evil afoot, and the ending leaves the reader eager to read the next book. I think this will be a popular series among girls in the intermediate grades.

  • Melissa Moraja

    Such a fun read for any tween girl!

  • Crystal

    I just can't believe how much the awful stepsisters are now ruining Prince Awesome's ball. Oh sorry didn't recognize you, so you want to know what I am talking about well it's about a really amazing story I read, it's called Grimmtastic Girls: Cinderella Stays Late it's by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams. This story is about a girl named Cinda, as she likes to be named, who starts a new school called Grimm Academy with her stepsisters, and of course what story wouldn't have stepsisters. The step [...]

  • M.L.D.

    World-building is a bit hit-and-miss in this (although I confess I love Principal Rumplestiltskin's obsession with alchemy). I missed the entire build-up to the (view spoiler)[Cinderella dressed in yella (hide spoiler)] joke and legit chuckled over it. My daughter enjoyed the story, but got squirrely during the reading; pacing in some of the longer chapters was a problem for her.

  • Hope Lee

    Cinderella meets Prince Awesome. she goes to the ball. what happens next? you'll have to see! read and you'll find out.

  • Patti

    I think you should read this book if you like to read about magic and princesses and Cinderella.

  • Aliza Heslop

    I didn't think I would like the book when I started because the Steps were so mean, but I keep reading and I'm glad I did. Its NOT boring and after awhile I couldn't put it down.

  • Small Review

    Cute! Great for Goddess Girls fans. Originally posted on Small ReviewI'm a huge fan of the Goddess Girls series by authors Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams, so when I heard they were not only writing yet another series for late-elementary school readers, but it was a FAIRY TALE RETELLING series (my favorite!) I'm pretty sure the noises I made could most accurately be described as "squeals of joy."After reading the first two installments, its official: I'm hooked. I'm also half tempted to fly back [...]

  • *Jinglemarco - Маркуша - Мишутка (Nursery rhymes enthusiast)*

    As fluffiness goes, this book is very nice, but I admit I enjoyed way more Sleeping Beauty dreams big and Goldilocks breaks in. More nursery rhymes references and so. :)

  • Nicole Hewitt

    4.5/5 StarsThis review and many others can be found on my blog - Best Kids' Reads.The Grimmtastic Girls Books were so fun and sweet. Perfect for MG girls - and will probably especially appeal to the younger MG set. My 9-year-old daughter LOVED these books and pretty much devoured them.The negatives.Not super meaty. While I think these books are perfect for the intended audience, if you really like some meat and real suspense in your MG books, these aren't for you. They're more in the fun and cut [...]

  • Briana

    Source: NetgalleyCinderella Stays Late is a fabulous adventure story that draws readers into a world of fashion and friendship.  Readers follow protagonist Cinda through her first days at Grimm Academy, where fairy tale characters can learn everything from etiquette to magic.  Cinda, however, will find her greatest lesson is learning to be confident and be herself.  Her nasty stepsisters may attend Grimm Academy with her, but they no longer have to control her life!Cinda’s personal story is [...]

  • Ashley

    Cinderella Stays Late is the first novel in the Grimmtastic Girls series by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams. It is a charming and delightful twist on Cinderella's fairy tale for middle grade readers, ages 8-12. This is an excellent story to share with your child due to the number of references to fairy tales and key authors of children's literature such as the Brothers Grimm, Perrault, and Anderson. This is a PERFECT springboard into teaching kids about the classics — and teaching kids was the [...]

  • zapkode

    My Thoughts – Have I ever mentioned, just how much it is that I enjoy reading fairy-tale books/ retellings. This book is no exception to one of my newest likes in the fairy-tale world.Cinderella Stays Late is a book mainly about Cinderella, but it isn’t based on the traditional story. It is about a young girl named Cinderella that has two step-sisters that of course treat her poorly as does her step-mother. But aside from that it’s isn’t like the well known story.Cinderella is the ne [...]

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