Education Behind "Cinderella"

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Education Behind "Cinderella"

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First published in 1697, the children's fairytale "Cinderella" has been teaching children about the importance of staying true to yourself. Children learn from an early age that bad things happen to good people for many different reasons and if you have faith, everything will work out in the end. The magic behind a fairy godmother and the vibrant colors through out the story help keep children's focus on the life lesson being presented. The Hofstra Special Collections Library contains a copy of the 1950 version of “Cinderella.” This version is slightly different costume-wise than the more modern Disney adaption of the work.

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11/12/14

Contributor

Morgan Mecalianos and Sydney Jacoby

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Items in the Education Behind "Cinderella" Collection

Cinderella
These are text pages along with corresponding images from "Cinderella."

Cinderella
This are pages containing texts and image in "Cinderella."

Cinderella
This is a page containing texts and a corresponding image from "Cinderella"

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
This is a page containing text of the story and a corresponding image.

Cinderella
This is the last text page containing a corresponding image, and the inside of the back cover in "Cinderella"

Cinderella
These are text pages and corresponding images from "Cinderella"

Cinderella
These are text pages and corresponding images from "Cinderella"

Cinderella
This is the cover to the 1950 version of "Cinderella."