Picture Book Review: ‘Interstellar Cinderella’

Since the 17th century, there have been innumerable variations of the Cinderella story told throughout the years, and thanks to Deborah Underwood, author of the New York Times bestseller, The Quiet Book, we now have Cinderella… in space! But you’ll find no golden haired princess, pumpkin carriage, or dainty glass slippers in the pages of Interstellar Cinderella.

On a faraway planetoid, young Cinderella is a resourceful redhead with work goggles for a headband and a dream of repairing rockets. When a space prince holds a royal parade, Cinderella’s fairy godrobot grants her some new tools to fix a broken ship so she can attend the festivities. It’s a brilliant twist to the classic fairy tale that enables young readers to meet a brave heroine who can creatively solve problems, work with tools, and be herself.

Interstellar Cinderella Cover

Read the full review at Geek Dad.

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