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Cinderella's Magical Wheelchair: An Empowering Fairy Tale

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In this adaptation of the Grimm fairy tale, wheelchair-bound Cinderella perfumes her stepmother's gym socks by day and creates her own jewelry by ... Show synopsis

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A fun book for all kids!

by Heather on Mar 27, 2012

?Cinderella?s Magical Wheelchair? by Jewel Kats (illustrated by Richa Kinra) is a delightful book for children. In this version, Cinderella is in a wheelchair. Does that stop her from going to the ball and winning the heart of the prince? No way! Jewel Kats has given a modern twist to this old tale. Cinderella is in a wheelchair, but that isn?t the focus of the story. The wheelchair is just a part of the story. Cinderella comes across as a strong, independent woman who actually doesn?t need the prince to have a sense of worth. I think that this would be a fun story enjoyed by all children. Having a disability doesn?t mean that you can?t do things. Being a girl doesn?t mean you need to be saved by the prince. Ms. Kats reminds us all of that!


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by queenpanda on Nov 30, 2011

Cinderella's Magical Wheelchair: An Empowering Fairy Tale Jewel Kats Loving Healing Press ISBN 9781615991129 Cinderella's Magical Wheelchair is the best story I have read. It was written with children with disabilities in mind. This book is about a girl names Cinderella who is forced to work for her two step-sisters and step mother. It shows that even with a disability, that all things are possible. Cinderella did what she could to make her life all that much better, even though her step-mother and step-sisters forced her to do everything and always broke their promises. It shows that no matter what your disability is, you can do just about anything if you set your mind to it. It shows everyone to never give up, for their are ways to make life better. I recommend this book to anyone who is or knows someone who is disabled. It is a great story and it brings a famous fairy tale together with real life disabilities. It is a must have book and everyone could learn something from this book.

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