Published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons
Summary: What if Cinderella had a twin? It would make the work easier, as they could divide the chores. And each one could handle one of the evil stepsisters. Even going to the ball wouldn’t be so bad, as long as they were willing to divide the jewelry and share the coach. But the prince is a different matter. There’s only one Prince Charming. He has a great time dancing with both Cinderella and Tinderella until midnight, finds the glass slipper, and winds up at their home. Forced with a difficult decision, the twins bring back their fairy godmother, who magically creates a twin prince. Before long, there’s a double wedding, then Cinderella and her prince go on to rule the land, while Tinderella and her prince go on to win all the highest math awards. 32 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: Schwartz’s infectious rhymes from her ninja fairy tales are back to entertain readers with an unusual and fun twist on the Cinderella story.
Cons: While the pictures are cute, I missed the Dan Santat illustrations from the previous tales.