Cinderella Story Book (Reading Level A)

Cinderella Story Book (Reading Level A)
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The traditional tale of Cinderella, retold with a simple text, colourful illustrations and full sound support.

This is a Reading Level A (or 'Listen and Read') book, which has simpler text and audio support.

Turn the pages and click the loudspeaker to hear the story read. Use the magic wand to separate the characters and objects from the background before rebuilding the page. Reset the original page by pressing the book icon at the top.

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