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Cinderella Essay

928 words - 4 pages

Cinderella,
The Great Mouse Mistake

Chapter 1
In an instant,Cinderella ran out of her tiny bedroom ,down the steep attic stairs. A brown mouse is followed behind her. A new mouse got caught in a trap,But Cinderella always there to help.And tat was just one reason why all the little mouse in there house loved her.But the cinderellas cruel stepmother and her horrible step sisters,they made her in craped,drafty room in attic.
Cinderella look at the mouse .She opened the trap but the little mouse is scared.Cinderella place her hand at the opening of the trap to help the mouse get out.she gave a mouse name Gus.Cinderella got back to work. jaq and gus scurried along the ...view middle of the document...

Cinderella turned and left the flower shop.The village street seemed to be noisier and more crowded than they had arrived. everyo-ne was thrilled about the fair.Gus smelled his favorite food .
forgetting his promise to cinderella gus poke his head out of the basket and then he spotted the biggest cake he ever seen.Gus couldn’t resist . He had tohave at least a tiny nibble of the tasty looking dessert.he jump out the basket and landed at the cake.
then suddenly gus noticed that the cake was about to fall .then the one thing he knew that tha cake was already fall at the ground.

Chapter 4
The baker couldn’t belive what just happen.Gus peeked his face out of the basket sadly.cenderella ask if he can leave it to her, to bake a new cake and the baker said yes,cinderella turned away to began the walk home with gus. cenderella will bake a little cakes with some of her mouse friend.
In a few minutes, cinderella and gus arrived back at there house. Cenderella and her friends go to kitchen quickly and started to bake a cakes. There goul is to make a hundred of cake.

Chapter 5
Cinderella started to read her favorite cake recipe.She go to the barn to get some milk and the other mice will go to the hen house to get some milk.the mice think of the fastest and easiest way to get eggs in the hen house. there was silence in the kitchen as each mouse tried to come up with the plan.
Gus stared to the window at the hen housesuddenly gus had a great idea. the miceput gus plan into action.they ran through the hen house gathering the large eggs. soon...

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