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Shoes Make a “Happily Ever After” Difference. . . . The Stories of Cinderella and Cendrillon. What if Cinderella and Cendrillon had not left their shoes at the ball? . Cinderalla’s glass slipper. Cendrillon’s pink slipper.

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Shoes Make a “Happily Ever After” Difference

. . . The Stories of Cinderella and Cendrillon

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What if Cinderella and Cendrillon had not left their shoes at the ball?

Cinderalla’s glass slipper

Cendrillon’s pink slipper

The Prince and Paul would not know how to find them. There would be “no happily ever after.”

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The shoes were special. They were part of a magic gift . . . at the ball?

from Cinderella’s fairy godmother and from Cendrillon’s Nannin.

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Gowns, Coaches, Horses, Footmen. . . at the ball?

The ball gowns were pretty. It was cool to make a coach from a squash. Then the godmothers made horses footmen from rodents.

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How the Story is Different in Cendrillon are also different.

  • The story is on the island of Martinique, not Europe.

  • Characters have French names. They use French words for food like fruit à pain (breadfruit).

  • Nannin turns agouti, field lizards and a manicou into horses, coachman and footmen. These animals live on Martinique.

  • People dress differently. They have pretty silk scarves, turbans, and lots of beads and bracelets.

Adding country differences to the story make it interesting!

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Cinderella and Cendrillon are also different.


  • Mean stepsister and stepmom

  • Chores around the house 24/7

  • Beautiful but humble—dressed in dirty clothes

  • So kind--even willing to help stepsisters

  • Lives happily ever after



  • Blue velvet gown with a rose shoulder scarf and turban with a “tremblant” jewel

  • Pink slippers

  • Paul’s birthday party

  • Ball gowns like queens wear. A tiara of diamonds

  • Glass slippers

  • Dance given for the prince

enhances understanding of story

enhances understanding of story



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Most importantly, are also different.

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The point of both stories. . . are also different.

Cinderella and Cendrillon

  • Were happy to help everyone

  • Did all chores the stepmoms asked them to do (with a little extra help from friends)

  • Had smiles that brings sunshine to a rainy day

    Were kind to everyone -- people and animals

Our goodness will always overcome the problems around us.