A Fairy Story

Once upon a time, there lived a lovely Ella. One day her father married again a widow with two daughters, but soon the kindly gentleman died. Her stepmother cared only for her own two ugly daughters.

Ella had to do all the housework, so she was called Cinderella because she was always covered with cinders.
One day an invitation came from the Palace to invite every girl in the kingdom to a ball in honour of the Prince.
The two ugly sisters decided to go to the ball without Cinderella. She could go only if she did all her work and if she had something suitable to wear.

When it was time to leave for the ball her dress was not ready and tears began to flow and she wept and wept.

Suddenly came a flash, and an old small woman appeared in front of her. She said that she would have made a dress for her. She asked Cinderella for a pumpkin and suddenly....
The pumpkin swelled into an elegant coach and the mice turned into white horses and Cinderella was dressed in a magnificent ball-gown. "But you must be home by midnight" said the fairy godmother.
Cinderella danced with the Prince and the Prince fell in love while the two ugly sisters were jealous about the girl they did not recognise.
A minute before midnight Cinderella fled from the palace and lost one of her glass slippers.

The next day the slipper was carried out to every house and tried by every lady, including the ugly sisters.

Then Cinderella came down and she put on the slipper and of course it fitted perfectly.

Cinderella and the Prince lived happily ever after.
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Maria Teresa Errante

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