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Summary

Poor Cinderella has to stay home while her wicked stepsisters go to the ball. When they return home later that night, with stories of a beautiful girl who captivated the prince, Cinderella smiles with secret delight: the beautiful young woman was her!
©2006 PC Treasures, Inc. (P)2006 PC Treasures, Inc.

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Doesn't have 1 star option. Very slow reading, very unenjoyable and boring. I wouldn't recommend it.

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Massive disappointment

This is narrated in a rather annoying, unrealistic way. The American accent doesn't help. I thought it was a complete waste of money. My three-year-old daughter, after hearing the first couple of minutes, said "this is not the proper Cinderella story" and insisted it be turned off. Shame.