Resources for “Cendrillon”

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This week, we are reading “Cendrillon in our Houghton Mifflin reading anthology.  Here are some resources to increase your understanding and enjoyment of the story.

Click on “Meet the Author” and “Meet the Illustrator“ to learn about the author and illustrator.

Click one-Word Game to practice the vocabulary words.

Click on Cendrillon Test to take a test on the story.

Accelerated Reader: reading level: 3.7 / points: 0.5

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46 responses »

    • Jonathon you should have put…”I read about the author and it was interesting,” not “I read the author and it was interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

  1. I learned that Robert San Souci has enjoyed listening to stories since he was a small boy. Even more, he has enjoyed retelling his own version of those stories to others.

  2. The illustrator is a good draw draw lot of pictures when he was a second grader he like to draw lot of pictures when he was in the second grade he was a good drawer and he like to show his pictures to all his friend his pictures are so cool that he friend like it. THE END

  3. Robert D. San Souci wrote his first book when he was in second grade, and his brother Daniel illustrated it. They even made eight copies, and give it to families. 🙂

  4. Did you know that Robert D. San Souci’s brother was born 2 years younger than him , but both brothers were born on October 10!

  5. Robert D. San Souci wrote his first book when he was in second grade, and his brother Daniel illustrated it. They even made eight copies and gave them to families. 🙂

  6. I learned that the author liked to listen to stores and the illustrator. that’s when he noticed he could write a story.

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