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Publisher: Puffin Books


Bigfoot Cinderrrrrella by Tony Johnston is a picture book about Rrrrrella, and a Bigfoot prince set in an old growth forest. Rrrrrella's mean stepsisters won't let her go to the fun-fest gathering of Bigfoots, though Rrrrrella's Beary Godfather comes to the rescue. Lots of humorous takes on this classic tale with a nature-loving message for all ages.  

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I give this book 8 out of 10 acorns.

I LOVED reading this book to my kids! The humor, the art, the overt message to appreciate who you are and the beauty of nature around you - it was right up my alley. The kids enjoyed the stinky, smelly jokes and gruff ways of the Bigfoot characters, too.

This started in the meaningless drivel forum, because it's just so much silly fun AND because r's post about the log driver's waltz (go watch that - really and truly!) reminded me of the competitions at the Bigfoot fun-fest. If the gal's voice who reads the book in the video above isn't overly annoying to you, it's a great way to hear and see the story without even a trip to the library!

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