Cinderella did not see what on earth a pumpkin could have to do with her going to the ball, but she ran quickly, chose the biggest and finest pumpkin on the vines, and carried it to her godmother.
From the story “CINDERELLA OR THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER.”
Once Upon a Time.
Edited by Katharine Lee Bates.
Illustrated by Margaret Evans Price.
Rand McNally & Company: Chicago & New York. 1921.
27 thoughts on “Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother!”
Glad you like it!
I haven’t any pumpkins but I wouldn’t mind a sweet, rosy-cheeked fairy godmother to ‘magic’ my day.
I like the idea, but she does sort of decide for herself what she will do – with limits – a bit like life!
Dearest Elephant, who is this princess you write to? What is she like? Are you friends? I know I am being nosy but I hope she is not leading you astray- or you, her.
I write to many a princess good or bad!
I’m by no means a Princess but I am amazed at the majesty of vibrant colours in this picture. Thank you, yet again, dear Elephant
You are so kind to me!
Why does one see grass through the rent in Cin’s gown?
I noticed that too. I will have to go back to the original. I think the color is close to the grass color and it looks like a weird peekaboo place.
Yes, its a bit odd. You would think she was wearing a grass skirt under there. Will she be going the hula? 🙂
Yes, but that is in Cinderella Book II.
Excellent, I’ll wait for the sequel then. 🙂
Oops that was meant to be rend. Sigh, need sleep.
Wow! That’s the biggest fairy godmother I’ve ever seen.
Absolutely love the colors in this one.
Thank you Martin!
One of the most popular fairy tales told. 🙂
Love it x
You have so many wonderful posts – I always enjoy seeing them!
Thank you 🙂
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It already is!
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Thank you. You are an image aficionado yourself – nice blog!
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