7 edition of Cinderella Skeleton found in the catalog.
A rhyming retelling of the story of a young woman who finds her prince at a Halloween ball despite the efforts of her wicked stepmother. The main characters are skeletons.
|Statement||Robert D. San Souci ; illustrated by David Catrow.|
|Contributions||Catrow, David, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.S1947 Ci 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||98043352|
Year Published Word Count 1, Text Complexity; Lexile Level: Currently Not Available; ATOS Reading Level: ; AR Quiz Numbers; Meet Cinderella Skeleton, as sweetly foul as only a ghoul can be. Poor Cinderella has no one to help her hang the cobwebs and arrange dead flowers--certainly not her evil stepsisters. But the Halloween Ball is just around the corner.
It's another Cinderella story! Only this one has a spooky Halloween twist to the familiar fairy-tale. Everything is very familiar with just a slight ghoulish twist. Cinderella does all the work for her stepsisters and stepmother, but her chores are a little different from the living version of the story. She hangs the cobwebs, litters the floor, and feeds the bats all by herself whilst the Author: Karen Abbott. Book category Easy Fiction. ISBN ISBN Dimensions by by in. Weight lbs. Original list price $ Cinderella Skeleton is scorned by her cruel stepsisters, but with the help of a good witch she is able to attend the Halloween Ball, where she steals the heart of Prince Charnel.
Cinderella story with a twist. Cinderella Skeleton stars a skeleton in the title role. Just how this Cinderella gets to the ball and what she does once she gets there, make a favorite fairy tale fresh — just in time for Halloween. Readers will experience a fractured fairy tale, practice their prediction skills, and be introduced to a book. Since she was a skeleton baby, her leg healed easily. Skela also liked to play with flowers, like the one that Cinderella Skeleton wore on her head. She dressed up in her mother’s dresses too. Skela liked to sleep, since she was just a baby. Cinderella Skeleton and Prince Charnal loved Skela.
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Cinderella Skeleton Paperback – September 1, by Robert D. San Souci (Author), David Catrow (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 85 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from /5(73). Cinderella Skeleton is a Halloween version of the classic fairy tale by the master of storytelling, Robert D. San Souci, along with spooky illustrations by David Catrow.
This book is about a young and beautiful (according to her spooky world) skeleton named Cinderella Skeleton who wants to go to the Halloween Ball and dance with Prince Charnel.4/5. Cinderella Skeleton Author: Robert D.
San Souci ISBN: Genre: Juvenile Fiction File Size: 81 MB Format: PDF, Kindle Download: Read: Through Cinderella Skeleton, readers will experience a fractured fairy tale, practice their prediction skills, and be introduced to a book-length poem. Grade K Cinderella Skeleton Discussion Guide.
Robert San Souci retells the Cinderella story with a twist in his book Cinderella s will experience a fractured fairy tale, practice their prediction skills, and be introduced to a book-length poem. Meet Cinderella Skeleton, as sweetly foul as only a ghoul can be. Poor Cinderella has no one to Cinderella Skeleton book her hang the cobwebs and arrange dead flowerscertainly not her evil stepsisters.
But the Halloween Ball is just around the corner Will Cinderella find happiness at last?/5(18). I was so happy to have found this book again. It was a favorite of my daughter's when she was little and her copy was ruined years ago so I got her a new one.
Wonderful retelling of the Cinderella story with a spooky macabre slant that any kid who likes the spooky side of life will love/5. Cinderella Skeleton wants to attend the Halloween Ball but is told to stay home and work instead. Her stepmother and stepsister's leave for the ball in a hearse.
Cinderella Skelton meets with the good witch and she used her want to make Cinderella Skelton a funeral wagon 4/5(17). Get this from a library. Cinderella Skeleton. [Robert D San Souci; David Catrow] -- A rhyming retelling of the story of a young woman who finds her prince at a Halloween ball despite the efforts of her wicked stepmother.
The main characters are skeletons. The texts we use in the lesson are Cinderella Skeleton by Robert D. San Souci and David Catrow, and the original Cinderella by RH Disney. Beware some of the Cinderella stories available are too long, so just pick one that tells the story in a time frame the class can pay : Regan Aymett.
Cinderella Skeleton is as sweet as can be, but her two evil step sisters treat her unfair and leave her with all the housework to do and more.
At last, Cinderella Skeleton runs into Prince Charnel at the Halloween Ball. She is able to now find true happiness and marries her prince charming.
This book was filled with beautiful illustrations that 4/5(40). This fancy little piece of septet versifying works nicely as a vehicle to tell the story of the graveyard Cinderella. San Souci (Callie Ann and Mistah Bear, p. etc.) follows the original tale quite closely, substituting things from the bone orchard where appropriate: her coach is a hearse; the prince is named Charnel; her stepfamily is Skreech, Gristlene, and Bony-Jane; and, of course Author: Robert D.
San Souci. Cinderella SkeletonWas everything a ghoul should be: Her nails were yellow; her teeth were green-Foulest in the land was she. Poor Cinderella Skeleton. Her evil stepsisters treat her with scorn and work her from dawn till dusk. But when Prince Charnel hosts his famous Halloween Ball, Cindy finally gets her chance to shine.
With the help of a good witch, Cinderella Skeleton is transformed into 4/5(21). CINDERELLA SKELETON said. "Instead, the skeletal prince breaks the heroine's shinbone as she flees the Halloween Ball. A Cinderella story New Coronavirus Updates for the Book Biz.
Buy a cheap copy of Cinderella Skeleton book by Robert D. San Souci. Meet Cinderella Skeleton, as sweetly foul as only a ghoul can be. Poor Cinderella has no one to help her hang the cobwebs and arrange dead flowers--certainly not Free shipping over $/5(5). Meet Cinderella Skeleton, as sweetly foul as only a ghoul can be.
Poor Cinderella has no one to help her hang the cobwebs and arrange dead flowers--certainly not her evil stepsisters. But the Halloween Ball is just around the corner Will Cinderella find happiness at last. The prince falls in love, but Cinderella Skeleton vanishes. Vowing to find his true love, he scours the graveyard with foot bone and slipper in hand until he finds his Cinderella Skeleton.
Critical Analysis. There are many, many versions of the classic Cinderella. Cinderella Skeleton Robert D. San Souci illustrated by David Catrow My Rating: 5 out of 5 Genre: Fractured Fairy Tale Cinderella Skeleton is virtually the same classic Cinderella story, only it is told in rhyme and from the point of view of a skeleton.
The setting is vastly different in that it takes place in a decrepit graveyard, Boneyard Acres. Cinderella Skeleton. I have read this book to several classrooms from 4th grade to 7th grade and the students love the story.
It helps to talk about fractured fairy tales first, so they'll know what to expect. Also, introduce the illustrator-he is known for his zany pictures-so the kids will know to keep a sharp eye out for funny or interesting 5/5(3). Robert D. San Souci. Cinderella Skeleton. HMH Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition edition, ISBN Illustrator David Catrow.
The other book I got was Cinderella Skeleton by Robert S. San Souci and illustrated by David Catrow. It is also published by Voyager Books, through Harcourt, Inc.
It came out in the yearso it's been around awhile. This is what the book says on the back Author: Rena Jones. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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