Whew! It's been awhile since I last posted and LOTS has been calling for my attention. We're in the midst of preparing for a long-distance move so Tom and I are trading places on airplanes to house hunt. On his last trip to Portland, he stopped at the city's famous bookstore, Powell's, to grab a gift for the kiddos.
He saw this book as a staff recommendation, but hesitated. Did we really want to add another princess book to our collection? The fine folks at Disney have been boring us with the abbreviated version of fairytales (Elsa and Anna were friends. Elsa hurt Anna. Elsa stayed away. Anna fell in love. Anna's act of love saved their lives. Elsa and Anna were best friends at last.) so we've been burned in the princess department to say the least.
Thankfully, Sleeping Cinderella is nothing like the princess books currently on our shelf. It is sweet and clever with adorable illustrations. Stephanie Clarkson tells a rhyming story of when the princesses all traded places. It's one of the books I truly don't mind reading over and over again. Lucky for us, Maddie agrees!