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Publisher's Summary

Join Cinderella in a World Where Anything Is Possible!

In a Kingdom far, far away lives Cinderella. As expected, she slaves away for her cranky sisters and step-mother. She would dearly love to attend the Royal costume ball and meet the Prince, but her family is totally dead set against it. In fact, they have gone so far as to trash her wheelchair! An unexpected magical endowment to her wheelchair begins a truly enchanted evening and a dance with the Prince. Can true love be far behind?
 

  • This fairy tale demonstrates people with disabilities can overcome abuse 
  • Children with disabilities finally have a Cinderella story they can identify with 
  • In this version, Cinderella uses her own abilities to build a new future for herself 
  • The connection Cinderella and the Prince share illustrates love surges past mutual attraction

Acclaim for Cinderella's Magical Wheelchair

"An inspiring and exciting read for children of all ages and abilities. Finally here is a book which shows that wheelchair-mobile children can achieve anything. A clever, modern twist on this traditional and much loved story." (Joanne Smith, TV Producer, Terry Fox Hall of Fame inductee, Gemini award winner)

"This strength-based present day Cinderella story reminds readers that everyone, including someone with a physical challenge, can have the experiences and relationships they hope to have. This Cinderella found that 'success was of her own making'. A must-have for every school library and therapy office." (Theresa Fraser, MA, Child Psychotherapist and Play Therapist, author of: Billy Had to Move)

"A wonderful, upbeat, modernized version of a familiar fairy tale. Cinderella's physical disability is taken in stride, and life goes on regardless. I loved it!" (Dr. Laurie Zelinger, Child Psychologist, author, Please Explain Anxiety to Me)

"A magnificent modern-day Cinderella story teaching children of all ages - about creating one's own success, happiness, and positive self-image while embracing life's challenges." (Sherry Jones Mayo, RN, EMTP, NCCN, author, Confessions of a Trauma Junkie)

Learn more at www.JewelKats.com

From the Growing with Love Series at Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com

JUVENILE FICTION: SOCIAL ISSUES - SPECIAL NEEDS

©2011, 2019 Jewel Kats (P)2019 Jewel Kats

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This is a cheerful re-imagination

A quick uplifting story, with an encouraging change to Cinderella’s choices and freedom.

Well-narrated if you listen on at least 1.2 if not faster. The normal speed is painfully slow.

I received a free copy of this book.

It would not be something I’d want to use an entire credit on just because it is so very short (though just right for a bedtime story), but it is sure worth $3-5 for a Cinderella collector or wheelchair ability tale. I wish the author was still around to make this into at least a novella.

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not enough story

I think it's important to have disabled characters in children's media but this book didn't have enough story.