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New York Times bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz pens a lush, swoon-worthy retelling of "Cinderella" set in lavish Versailles. Perfect for fans of Bridgerton and The Selection!
Cendrillon de Louvois was poised to be the most eligible maiden in all of France. But the death of her father, the king’s favorite advisor, has left Cendrillon at the will of her cruel stepmother and stepsisters.
 
Dubbed Lady Cinder by the court, Cendrillon is forced to become a servant to her new family. But when she attends the royal ball, she catches the eye of the handsome Prince Louis and his younger brother, Auguste.
 
Even though Cendrillon has an immediate aversion to Louis and a connection with Auguste, the only way to escape her stepmother is to compete with the other girls at court for the Prince’s hand.
 
As her stepmother’s cruelty grows, Cendrillon captures the prince’s heart . . . though her own heart belongs to Auguste. Cendrillon’s fate rests on one question: Can she bear losing the boy she loves in order to leave a life she hates?

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Level 5.7, 13 Points
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Melissa de la Cruz. (2022). Cinder & Glass. Penguin Young Readers Group.

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Melissa de la Cruz. 2022. Cinder & Glass. Penguin Young Readers Group.

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Cendrillon de Louvois was poised to be the most eligible maiden in all of France. But the death of her father, the king’s favorite advisor, has left Cendrillon at the will of her cruel stepmother and stepsisters.
 
Dubbed Lady Cinder by the court, Cendrillon is forced to become a servant to her new family. But when she attends the royal ball, she catches the eye of the handsome Prince Louis and his younger brother, Auguste.
 
Even though Cendrillon has an immediate aversion to Louis and a connection with Auguste, the only way to escape her stepmother is to compete with the other girls at court for the Prince’s hand.
 
As her stepmother’s cruelty grows, Cendrillon captures the prince’s heart . . . though her own heart belongs to Auguste. Cendrillon’s fate rests on one question: Can she bear losing the boy she loves in order to leave a life she hates?
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        January 15, 2022
        Trapped in a life of servitude to her cruel stepfamily, Cendrillon enters a competition to win the prince's heart even though she truly loves his brother. It's 1682, and 15-year-old Cendrillon de Louvois has moved to Versailles with her father. It is a dream come true, but becoming a courtier is more complicated than she imagined. Cendrillon struggles to fit in until she befriends Auguste, the king's illegitimate son. When her father dies soon after remarrying, her new stepmother and stepsisters make Cendrillon do household chores, ending her dream of court life and her relationship with Auguste. When the king announces that his son, the grand dauphin, will choose 25 girls to woo before selecting one as his bride, Cendrillon joins the competition; despite her dislike of the prince, she is desperate to escape her stepmother. Joining the ranks of possible brides--against her stepmother's wishes--brings her back into contact with Auguste, and their mutual attraction is reignited, forcing Cendrillon to choose between love and freedom. Featuring characters based on actual historical figures from King Louis XIV's reign, this is an entertaining retelling of "Cinderella." Between her move to Versailles and courtship by the prince, readers get a good look inside the French court through Cendrillon's story. Characters read as White. An intriguing historical twist on a beloved fairy tale. (author's note) (Historical fiction. 12-18)

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        January 1, 2022
        Grades 7-10 The ethereal fairy tale of "Cinderella" takes center stage in this book, where winning a crown does not necessarily mean happily ever after. Set in 1682 France, the story opens as the king issues an invitation to all the maidens in the area, asking them to events and balls where Prince Louis will select a bride. Word of the royal festivities even reaches Cendrillon, known as Cinder, who lives in servitude to her wicked stepmother and stepsisters. But with the introduction of Louis' younger brother, Auguste, de la Cruz deviates from the traditional tale. Though the two are immediately drawn to each other, Cinder still chooses to join the competition for Louis' hand in order to escape her cruel family. Here, the story picks up with romance and intrigue, as Cinder fights with her inner voice, which tells her that she truly might be happier with Auguste, the boy whom she has come to love. Lovers of royal drama and fairy tales with a twist will happily sink into this new "Cinderella" rendition. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: It's de la Cruz! You know her. They love her.

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        January 24, 2022
        Set in 1682 France, this progressive “Cinderella” reimagining from de la Cruz (the Queen’s Assassin duology) takes inspiration from stories about Louis XIV’s court. When le Marquis de Louvois and his 15-year-old daughter, Cendrillon, move from the country to a chateau near Versailles, Cendrillon hopes to follow in her late mother’s footsteps and become a lady-in-waiting to royalty. Those dreams are dashed, however, when her father dies unexpectedly after marrying a virtual stranger. Cendrillon’s new stepmother, Lady Catherine Monvoisin, fires every servant but seamstress Elodie, 15, and forces Cendrillon to cook and clean for her and her daughters. Desperate to improve her own situation as well as Elodie’s, Cendrillon (posing as “Lady Cinder”) accompanies her godmother to a ball thrown to find Prince Louis a bride. Louis chooses Cendrillon, while her stepsisters and 22 others vie for his heart in a The Bachelor–style competition, but Cendrillon’s feelings for Louis’s illegitimate half brother, Auguste, make concentrating on it difficult. De la Cruz offsets a slow start and slight plot with bold, self-empowered female characters, rich historical detail, and tender queer and straight romances. All characters cue as white. Ages 14–up. Agent: Richard Abate, 3Arts Entertainment.

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        Gr 6-9-This retelling of the classic fairy-tale reimagines the Cinderella love story set in Versailles during the reign of the Sun King, Louis XIV. Cendrillon de Louvois, a girl with wavy golden-brown hair, leads a happy life in the French countryside. Her father is the king's favorite advisor, and she passes the time playing with her two friends, round-cheeked Eloise and towheaded Marius-servants, but friends. Everything changes when Cendrillon loses both of her parents and finds herself at the mercy of Lady Catherine and her spoiled, silver-haired daughters. In a near-magical turn of events, Cendrillon gains entry in the contest to win the affections of Prince Louis and becomes drawn to another dark-haired prince. Readers will appreciate the tweaks this book offers to the Cinderella story as it calls into question the simple prince-and-princess love story. De la Cruz adds further interest by mixing in historical details and by amping up the competitive intrigue in a plot twist reminiscent of Kiera Cass's "The Selection" series. The love story between Eloise and Alexandre, one of the evil stepdaughters, adds a humanizing touch to characters that remained peripheral to the original tale. VERDICT A fun remake recommended for readers who enjoy gentle romance with a touch of history.-Talea Anderson

        Copyright 2022 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.

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Cendrillon de Louvois was poised to be the most eligible maiden in all of France. But the death of her father, the king’s favorite advisor, has left Cendrillon at the will of her cruel stepmother and stepsisters.
 
Dubbed Lady Cinder by the court, Cendrillon is forced to become a servant to her new family. But when she attends the royal ball, she catches the eye of the handsome Prince Louis and his younger brother, Auguste.
 
Even though Cendrillon has an immediate aversion to Louis and a connection with Auguste, the only way to escape her stepmother is to compete with the other girls at court for the Prince’s hand.
 
As her stepmother’s cruelty grows, Cendrillon captures the prince’s heart . . . though her own heart...
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