Cinderella Storybook (Early Reader)

Cinderella Storybook (Early Reader) PLUS
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The traditional tale of Cinderella, retold with a simple text, colourful illustrations and full sound support.

This is a 'Early Reader' book, which has short, simple text and full audio support. There is also a Level A version of this book with more detailed text.

Turn the pages using the arrows and click the loudspeaker to hear the story read out.

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