Cinderella Smith is backNand this time she's lost more than just a shoe: She's unable to find missing books for a report that's due or decipher a super-secret note that could solve it all. Illustrations.
About the Author
In between tripping over abandoned shoes, chasing after escaped pets, and searching for lost belongings, Stephanie Barden wrote her first book, Cinderella Smith, which has been widely praised. She teaches classes at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, where she lives with her husband, Tom; son, Joe; and eighty-pound lapdog, Otis.
Praise for Cinderella Smith: The Super Secret Mystery…
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: “Funny and clever! Readers will love this modern day Cinderella. It’s a delight…with the most satisfying ending.” -Patricia Reilly Giff, Newbery Honor winner and author of best-selling Polk Street School series
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: THE MORE THE MERRIER: “Cinderella is back and as irrepressible as ever. A simple joy of a book, Barden’s story has given third-graders their very own hero whose final decision of inclusiveness is warming.” -ALA Booklist
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: THE MORE THE MERRIER: “The sweet first-person narrator [and] black-line illustrations by Diane Goode add to the charm.” -Seattle Times
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: Fans of Clementine and Ramona will enjoy good-natured Cinderella’s triumph over mean girls and her success at a tap-dance recital, all embellished by Diane Goode’s simple black-line illustrations. -Seattle Times
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: “Cinderella’s bouncy energy, captured expertly in Goode’s emotive line drawings, is infectious…It’s hard to leave Cinderella behind.” -Horn Book Magazine
praise for CINDERELLA SMITH: “Cinderella’s narration carries this early chapter book, and her upper-elementary woes are perfectly captured in her eager and personable voice… Goode’s energetic sketchwork adds to the spirited narrative.” -The Bulletin of the Center for ChildrenThe Bulletin of the Center for Children