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Excerpt from Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper: And Jack and the Bean-Stalk
Though Jack is always an English hero, Cinderella's story has been told in many countries. But whether the god mother is a fairy bird or an old woman, or whether the naughty sisters chop their toes till they fit into the glass slipper, or not, it is always the same Cinderella, best loved of all the maids in fairy-tale who married princes and lived happy ever after. But what, perhaps, you will ask, as you read her story,-what is a pumpion? I think it must be a pumpkin; but of this I am quite sure, that though you might turn a pumpion into a coach by scooping out the inside, a pumpkin you never could.
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bound: 74 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259838497, 978-0259838494,
weight: 4 ounces (