Interstellar Cinderella: (Princess Books for Kids, Books about Science) (Hardcover)

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Interstellar Cinderella: (Princess Books for Kids, Books about Science) (Hardcover)

By Deborah Underwood, Meg Hunt (Illustrator)

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(Children Illustrated (0-7))
Once upon a planetoid,
amid her tools and sprockets,
a girl named Cinderella dreamed
of fixing fancy rockets.

With a little help from her fairy godrobot, Cinderella is going to the ball. But when the prince's ship has mechanical trouble, someone will have to zoom to the rescue! Readers will thank their lucky stars for this irrepressible fairy tale retelling, its independent heroine, and its stellar happy ending.
Deborah Underwood is the author of The Quiet Book (a New York Times bestseller and one of Publishers Weekly's Best Books of 2010) and The Loud Book. Deborah lives in San Francisco.

Meg Hunt is an illustrator, printmaker, educator, and all-around maker of things. Meg lives and works in Portland, Oregon. This is her first picture book.
Product Details ISBN: 9781452125329
ISBN-10: 1452125325
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: May 5th, 2015
Pages: 40
Language: English
"A futuristic version of the Cinderella story starring a determined and independent-minded protagonist. Highly recommended."--A Mighty Girl

"Does Cinderella really need another re-telling? Heck yes!"--Design Mom

"An interesting take on a classic fairy tale."-School Library Journal

"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."--Geek Dad

"A familiar folktale, but this time with a new, feminist, STEM-celebrating vocabulary and in witty rhyming text.'--Lilith Magazine

"Underwood gives thisCinderella welcome agency and independence."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"This retelling focuses on what Cinderella can do, not what she can wear."--Horn Book Magazine

"This retelling focuses on what Cinderella can do, not what she can wear."--Horn Book Magazine

"It's the perfect antidote to fantasies of princely rescue."--Chicago Tribune