E. Nesbit retells the Cinderella story with her unique flair. In this course we'll read the story together and then proceed to learn everything we can from it. We'll learn about literary devices, find them in the story, and practice using them ourselves. We'll give grammar principles in the story similar treatment. Because this story was written around the turn of the century and retells an even older tale, we can learn a lot about history from the story's vocabulary. Finally, this story provides plenty of creative prompts, from story and poetry writing to embroidery. In short, this story provides an opportunity to learn a lot and have fun doing it!
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Other courses in this series: E. Nesbit's Beauty and the Beast; E. Nesbit's Dick Whittington and His Cat; E. Nesbit's Hop-o'-my-Thumb; E. Nesbit's Jack and the Beanstock; E. Nesbit's Jack the Giant-Killer; E. Nesbit's Puss in Boots; E. Nesbit's The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood; and E. Nesbit's The White Cat.