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The Irish Cinderlad

The Irish Cinderlad by Shirley Climo

A retelling, with reasonable illustrations, for an Irish tale.  Anyone who wants to read a Cinderlad tale will find this fits the bill nicely.  I was not familiar with this one personally, but it does touch on many of the classic tropes.
Tags: children's books, fairy tale reviews
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