Ellis Merchandise

“We had all sorts of tags on us…we must have looked like marked-down merchandise…” From: I Was Dreaming to Come to America: Memories of the Ellis Island Oral History Project (Viking Press.)

Cinderella Does her Chores

Cinderella does her chores around the house: story in a picture. From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

Cinderella: Prince Charming Sees Her Enter

“He looked across the ballroom, and saw a radiant Cinderella entering the room.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

Cinderella the Shoe Fits

“The tiny shoe slipped easily on to her foot.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

Cinderella happily ever after

“And they lived happily ever after.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

Evil Stepsisters

“Her evil stepsisters prepared to go to the ball.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

The Shoe Did Not Fit

“The tiny shoe would not fit on her foot.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

Cinderella Stepsisters Having Tea

“While Cinderella worked, her Step-sisters spent their days learning to be refined young ladies of Society.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)

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