Monday, 29 June 2015


Once upon a time there was a beautiful girl who had a rich father. His daughter's name was Ella. By the time she grew up as a lovely girl her dad passed away so she was sad. Her mean stepmother made Ella do all of the chores.

Whenever she was cold she had to sit  by the cinders so her mean stepmother and her ugly sisters called Ella Cinderella because she slept by the cinder to keep warm. One day her mean mother saw a special invitation the king was holding a grand ball so his son can find a wife. 
Cinderella's mean mother said, "do you want to come?" Cinderella said, "yes." 
Her mother said, "if you find something to wear and if you get all your work done."

Cinderella did all of her work as fast as she could so she can find something to wear. She finally finished her work. She got a dress from her mum's room.
Cinderella said, "a little old fashion but I can fix that."

When she went down stairs her sisters were disgusted in her, so they ripped the dress apart. Cinderella started to cry in a quiet room. Then dust came all around Cinderella and it was her fairy godmother. She made a pumpkin into a coach, 6 grey mice into 6 horses and the oldest one into a fine coach men. She even made a lovely blue gorgeous dress for Cinderella but there was one thing that she had to remember she had to be back home by midnight. Now Cinderella could go to the ball.

Then Cinderella saw a prince and they danced across the ball and everyone was thinking who was that girl dancing with the prince. Suddenly time ran out so Cinderella ran down the stairs. 
The prince said, "wait! wait! I never got to know your name." She kept on running and lost her glass shoe. The prince picked the shoe up and told his servants to try and put the shoe on every girl in the world. So they did. Cinderella's stepmother locked Cinderella in a room and went down stairs.

Next the servants came and tried to put the shoe on each girl in the room. None of them  fit any girl in the room. Then it was the ugly sisters turn. 
"Give it to me, I will fit it," she said.
She tried to force the shoe on her feet but it didn't fit her.

When Cinderella was locked in the room her mice friends helped her out. They found the key. They said her mother must of dropped it. So they brought the key to the room and  unlocked the door, came down the stairs.
 "I haven't tried it on yet," said Cinderella to the Prince.
She put it on and it fit her.
She said, "Would it help if I had the other shoe."
The Prince said, "yes!"

 They got married and lived happily ever after.

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