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If the Shoe Fits Free download õ 102 Ù Ever wonder what might have happened if a certain glass slipper had been placed on the wrong maiden's foot and fit In this comic twist on a classic fairy tale Murray a humble shoemaker creates a pair of glass slippers for a frantic fairy godmother when her wand runs out of power setting off a rollicking chEver wonder what might have happened if a certain glass slipper had been placed on the wrong maiden's foot and fit In this comic twist on a classic fairy tale Murray a humble shoemaker creates a pair of glass slippers for a frantic f. What a fun twist on CinderellaThis version is through the eyes of a cobbler and his influence on the final outcomeThe illustrations are amazing and I enjoyed the easy flow of the verses Thank you NetGalley and Schiffer Publishing Ltd for my DRC

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Ing Is Your Mama a Llama has created a magical story that will delight readers of all ages Vivid illustrations bring the characters brilliantly to life in this tale of true love royal mayhem and big feetRecommended for ages 7 to adul. What is interesting about this fairy tale retelling is that the part that is retold is where Cinderella's shoes came from which was of all things a shoe maker And because the focus is on the shoemaker we get to see what his hopes and dreams and desires are and they are to marry his assistant And the fairy godmother and prince and even Cinderella are all extra things that get in the wayThis is refreshing and fun new take RecommendedThanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review

Deborah Guarino ¼ 2 Review

If the Shoe FitsAiry godmother when her wand runs out of power setting off a rollicking chain of events that may force him to disappoint a prince risk the fairy's wrath and sacrifice the secret love of his life Deborah Guarino author of the bestsell. | Reader Fox Blog | I was over the moon excited when I saw the cover of  If the Shoe Fits by Deborah Guarino and illustrated by Seth Hippen Not only does it give you the most wonderful insight into what the story will be about hello fairy godmother and glass slipper but the artwork is uite simply phenomenal  If the Shoe Fits is a Cinderella retelling I'm sure you all know how much I love those about a fairy godmother who ran out of magic building the most extravagant clothes and transportation for her goddaughter and absentmindedly forgot entirely about footwear And so in a fluttery flurry of a scramble to get Cinderella to the ball in time she turns to the local shoemaker for the finest shoes that he has available with a promise of payment later once her magic has recharged Of course since the shoemaker already had glass slippers the truth of the matter is that he can make and who's to tell who might fit into themI  adored nearly every single bit of this story The plot was fantastic the artwork beautiful than I could have imagined and the rhyming pattern of the words really drew me in It's definitely a book I could see myself owning and will definitely be picking up at some point in my future The story is hilarious in a great many ways and the adorkable main character the shoemaker is easy to feel for You just want to root for him the entire time and wish him all the best in the world So while this is certainly a Cinderella retelling the important thing to note here is that this is the shoemaker's story It is not in fact Cinderella'sI have almost nothing but praise for this tale my only complaint initially being the fact that the poetry like narration didn't always flow perfectly I would get thrown off a couple of times by the fact that certain lines would be much longer than others The sing song uality that it might have had was missing in some parts not all as a result of this Ultimately I didn't see this as a huge problem and it was definitely easy to overlook for the most part But as a writer and voracious reader it was noticeable enough to be mildly annoyingThe single piece of this story that I did not like and wish had been done away with entirely was the bit at the end where a somewhat problematic event occurred view spoilerThe fairy godmother cast a spell upon Mona the shoemaker's love and the woman he helped fool the prince into thinking she fit the slipper It was just incredibly problematic to me that the author would go about making magic the reason that Mona decided to be with the shoemaker And while credit is due in the fact that the shoemaker protested this spell saying he wanted Mona to love him for himself and not because of some spell But then the fairy went on to say that the spell was something about clearing Mona's head of her desires to be a princess who marries a prince and that was justnot okay Frankly how they got together was rather cringey especially these days I'd much rather Mona have realized what she wanted for herself After everything the shoemaker did for her it wouldn't really be all that much of a stretch for her to realize she loved him No spell was needed That fairy godmother was a dolt hide spoiler