In her haste to flee the palace before her FairyMother's magic loses effect, Cinderella leaves behind a glass slipper. This version of the traditional fairy tale is set in a city of canals and gondolas
In this variation of the Cinderella story, coming from the Hispanic tradition in New Mexico, Arciá and her wicked stepsisters have different encounters with a magical hawk and are left physically changed in ways that will affect their meeting with the prince
Loosely based on "Cinderella," this story is set in Alaska, the fairy godmother is an eagle, and the hero, the son of a cannery owner, finds his true love through her Sitka slipper, a heavy rubber boot she left at the Silver Salmon Festival
Poor Sootface is forced to work day and night for her cruel and lazy older sisters. Her hair is singed from the cooking fire and her face is smeared with ashes, but Sootface still dreams that she will find a husband. Then a mighty warrior who can make himself invisible announces that he will marry the woman who can see him.