Author(s): Max Eilenberg


This is a modern retelling of a classic fairy tale - magic! Not one ball but three. The tiniest, most magical slippers you could imagine. Two thoroughly nasty sisters...and a stepmother who is, ooh, HORRID! Fall for this sparkling retelling in which a dreamy prince captures Cinderella's heart on the dance floor! Niamh Sharkey creates a flamboyant fairy tale cast, and Max Eilenberg's text conjures magic and delight, with a lacing of wicked humour! This is a comic and fast-moving retelling of Charles Perrault's much loved story. Niamh Sharkey's "On the Road with Mavis and Marge" won an Irish Children's Book of the Year award in 2010. You can watch "Huggle Monsters" on TV this autumn - the Disney animation of Niamh Sharkey's "I'm a Happy Hugglewug", to be screened in over 150 territories.


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"One of the most exciting new artists published in Britain today." The Times Educational Supplement"

Max Eilenberg is the author of the much acclaimed Beauty and the Beast, illustrated by Angela Barrett (9781844287208), and Squeak's Good Idea, illustrated by Patrick Benson (9780744589368). Max lives in London, N5. Niamh Sharkey is Ireland's laureate for children's literature, Laureate na nOg. She won the Bisto Book of the Year Award and the Mother Goose Award for Illustration in 1999 for Tales of Wisdom and Wonder, written by Hugh Lupton. She was also joint winner of the Highland Children's Book Awards 2007 (Picture Book category) for the soon-to-be-televised I'm a Happy Hugglewug (9781406303964). In addition she is the creator of The Ravenous Beast (9781844284979) and Santasaurus (9781844285235), as well as the award-winning On the Road with Mavis and Marge (9781406329988). Niamh lives in Dublin with her family.

General Fields

  • : 9781406322453
  • : Walker Books Ltd
  • : Walker Books Ltd
  • : June 2012
  • : 260mm X 215mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : August 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Niamh Sharkey
  • : 823.914
  • : 56
  • : col. Illustrations
  • : Max Eilenberg
  • : Paperback