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Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella Alan Schroeder Brad Sneed Smoky Mountain Rose An Appalachian Cinderella I reckon ye heard o Cinderella but lemme tell you a story bout a sweet li l thing named Rose Set in the Appalachian Mountains and told in a lilting dialect that just begs to be read aloud this is a

  • Title: Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella
  • Author: Alan Schroeder Brad Sneed
  • ISBN: 9780140566734
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • Smoky Mountain Rose: An Appalachian Cinderella Alan Schroeder Brad Sneed I reckon ye heard o Cinderella, but lemme tell you a story bout a sweet li l thing named Rose Set in the Appalachian Mountains and told in a lilting dialect that just begs to be read aloud, this is a unique and lively adaptation of the traditional Cinderella story Complete with an enchanting protagonist, a glass slipper, and a fairy godmother who just happens to be a hI reckon ye heard o Cinderella, but lemme tell you a story bout a sweet li l thing named Rose Set in the Appalachian Mountains and told in a lilting dialect that just begs to be read aloud, this is a unique and lively adaptation of the traditional Cinderella story Complete with an enchanting protagonist, a glass slipper, and a fairy godmother who just happens to be a hog, Smoky Mountain Rose is a joy to read again and again.
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    1. This Cinderella story is set in the Smoky Mountains It s the same traditional story, dad gets married to mean woman with 2 mean daughters who treat her bad and make her work except the whole story is written in the slang of the people from the Appalachians I didn t really like this version I didn t like the slang throughout the book Even though this book is set during pioneer times, it made the people seem dumb and simple I especially didn t like the fact that a talking pig was the magical being [...]

    2. So, this has got to be my fav retelling of Cinderella It is so hilarious If you haven t read it, read it now You will totally not be disappointed The pictures in this book are so great I could look at them all day Not to mention the conversational way that the story is told in uses the dialect of Appalachia If you could say that Anyway I can t tell you any cause I totally don t want to ruin it for you but read this

    3. Genre Traditional FantasyGrade PrimaryThis book was such a fun and different version of the classic story Cinderella I liked seeing a different version than I am used to I liked seeing the culture and pictures to go with the culture I appreciate the way that this book was written, however, I think that the language in this book is a little difficult to go through, especially for children If children are not familiar with the unique southern twang found in this book, then this book could be confu [...]

    4. I think this is one of the few versions I ve read where the family straight up knew it was Cinderella at the balls view spoiler Ever After, but that s a movie And Mercedes Lackey s Phoenix and Ashe s hide spoiler Anyway, cute tale, but with the accented words, it might have been better to hear it read out loud as I couldn t really get the cadence of the story Recommended SureBuy Borrow Borrow

    5. Genre Historical Fiction Traditional LiteratureGrade Level 3What a fun take on the classic Cinderella story The language, which may be hard to understand for some children, adds so much to this cute book There are many aspects of this book that teach readers about the culture in the Smoky Mountains The book is well written and the story is well formed I think this would be a fun read aloud in a classroom The illustrations are also great.

    6. Smoky Mountain Rose An Appalachian Cinderella is a variation on your classic Cinderella story told with a Western twang and twist Rose Cinderella lives in the Appalachian Mountains and does chores all day for her evil stepmother and sisters A young rich man named Seb, was looking to find himself a wife With the help of a magical pig, Rose is able to impress the fine fellow, with her glass slippers and pretty party dress Rose ends up marrying Seb and forgiving her evil stepmother and sisters for [...]

    7. Plot summary This book is a twist off the story Cinderella It takes place in the heart of the Smokey Mountains The text of the book is written with a strong sense of the type of slang language that would be spoken at that place to other people Rose s father Trapper remarries to a mean woman with two ungrateful girls about the same age at Rose, maybe a little older When Trapper dies, Rose s life gets increasingly challenging Then a rich man, named Seb, comes into town and invites everyone to his [...]

    8. Alan Schroeder s version of Cinderella is about a young girl named Rose, who lives in the Smokey Mountains with her Pa Pa wants to start courting a women who has two girls near the age of Rose Pa marries Gertie, who is the crossest, fearsome women in the Smokey Mountains Gertie s two daughters, Annie and Liza Jane, treat Rose like a slave, making her do all the work on the farm, and cooking, especially after her father passed away This rich feller was having a party to find a wife, and all the n [...]

    9. Title Smoky Mountain RoseAuthor Alan SchroederIllustrator Brad SneedGenre Traditional LiteratureThemes Fantasy, Picture BookPlot Summery Smoky Mountain Rose is a twist on the classical story of Cinderella Instead in this story the young girl and her family live in the Appalachian Mountains The girl still has two evil stepsisters and a horrible stop mother They make her do all of the cleaning, cooking, and taking care of the farm Until one evening she finds glass heels and wears them to the ball [...]

    10. Grade Level 3 5th Grade Lexile Level 760LGenre Traditional Literature Fairy TaleSetting near the Appalachian Mountain in small villagePoint of View First PersonMain Characters Rose, evil step mother, wicked step sisters, the magical pig, the rich boyIn the story of Smoky Mountain Rose, Rose is heart broken after her father dies She is left to live with her father s second wife who is a mean woman, and her two awful step sisters Neither the step mother nor the step sisters care for Rose Rose has [...]

    11. Schroeder has taken the classic Perrault fairy tale and recast it smack in the heart o the Smoky Mountains He begins his retelling with the directive, Now lis en, and continues to relate the familiar events in lilting mountain dialect with plenty of homespun humor Seb, the love interest here, is a real rich feller made his fortune in sowbellies and grits Rose s transformation takes place through intervention of a kindhearted, articulate hog The tale concludes, To this day, Rose and Seb are still [...]

    12. Howdy there I was just reading a really good book called Smokey Mountain Rose by Alan Schroeder its western style Do like fairytales Then if you do then Smokey Mountain Rose By Alan Schroeder is the book for you This book is funny and a happy and magical too That s why you should read this great book It s my favorite My favorite part is when Rose is helping her step sisters get ready for the shindig this one of my favorite sentises it was like they were worken her like they were trying to kill h [...]

    13. Summary After her father dies, Rose lives a miserable life living in rags and doing chores for her mean stepmom and two bossy stepsisters When a rich feller from across Tarbelly Creek announces he is having a party to find a wife, Rose decides she has to go With the help of a magic pig, she attends the party, dances with the rich feller, and loses her glass slipper At the end of the book, he finds Rose, puts the slipper on her foot, marries her, and they grow old together Reaction Smoky Mountain [...]

    14. Fierce, phonetically written slang and softly stretched, fish eye illustrations make this twangin twist on the traditional tale a thrill for listeners and read aloud hams alike rump blisterin and all You can listen in on our chat about this book on ourJust One More Book Children s Book Podcast.Other books mentioned Petite Rouge, A Cajun Red Riding HoodThree Little Cajun PigsYou can find Appalachian children s books here.

    15. This version was distracting to me because of the dialect used I felt that I spent time focusing on how to say the words and what I sounded like versus paying attention to the story The one thing I do really enjoy about this text are the illustrations The point of view from which the pictures are drawn is interesting and eye catching, because it seems to be drawn from the ground up, starting very large and getting smaller You re immediately drawn to the bottom of the page rather than the middle [...]

    16. I enjoyed this book because like most girls I fell in love with the story of Cinderella at a very young age This book may have to resort to be a read aloud for young readers because the twang dialect can be difficult to read Teaching Application I would use this book for the same idea that is portrayed on our culminating project sheet I would use it to explore all the Cinderellas around the world This may sound like a project that only girls would enjoy but I think that this version of the story [...]

    17. This version of Cinderella is also set in North America, but in the Appalachian area The entire tale including narration is written with a southern accent, making it difficult to read silently The book needs to be read aloud, but requires a brave reader or a little practice The story is cute the fairy godmother in this one is actually a hog, and the step sisters end up liking Rose the Cinderella character in the end.

    18. A Cinderella story from Appalachia with beautiful paintings and a lot of spirit The downside of this tale is the Appalachian dialect it is written in While this does make it authentic, it also makes it hard to read the first time through if the reader is not familiar with the dialect A few references to objects or activities of Appalachia may be unfamiliar to even some of the most studious children Overall, a good book, but best suited to middle school or junior high students.

    19. Smoky Mountain Rose was very enjoyable, it is a spin off of the classic French fairy tale of Cinderella, but it takes place in Appalachia The books s style includes the appalchian dialect that may be hard to read, but I think younger readers would enjoy it if read to by an adult I thought the tale was true to the culture and fun to read I would recommend juvenille readers to read this book 3rd through 6th grade Published 1997.

    20. I was not a fan of this version of Cinderella I find that the language dialect may be a challenge for children This is a version that definetly must be read aloud to children to appreciate it I also found that the use of name calling, such as stupid which is used in this version may not be very educational for children It may give children the wrong idea in terms of using appropriate language.

    21. This story is interesting to say the least The language is like a southern accent The fairy god mother is a pig and the evil step sisters get their ball gowns from a catalog from which the rich king owns The ball is a square dance She of course had to be home by midnight, but she left the glass slipper at the hoe down The prince eventually sees the glass slipper is from Cinderella I didn t like the languag of this book at all I would not read it again nor would I read it to my children.

    22. Now lis en With its setting set in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, it s an interesting read aloud with all of the written southern lingo This version follows the traditional plot of the fairy tale most Americans know, with a few changes to fit the setting of the south.This fairy tale has the components of traditional fairy tale literature hero ine , rival, goal, helper, and magic.I really enjoyed reading this and my students get a kick out of my attempt at a southern accent

    23. This book is alright Personally, I found the dialects to be over the top stereotypical but perhaps I m looking at it from an outside perspective The story was cute and very blatantly follows the plot of Cinderella My favorite part is the last page because the message of the text and the illustration is very endearing.

    24. This is one of my favorite versions of Cinderella It was about a girl that lived in the country finding prince charming Also the illustrations were very good and the illustrator would make you feel like you were really there It is one of those books that makes you want to read it over and over again.

    25. This is an absolutely charming rendition of Cinderella, placing her in a classic Appalachian time with a magical hog and a square dance The story is fun and coloquial and Brad Sneed s illustrations are delightful Very sweet and touching Cinderella.

    26. Confused as to why the author judged it best to ignore the various American folk versions he mentions in a note and used instead the Perrault version It just makes it seem less authentic and expendable.

    27. I really like this Cinderella story The art is well done and I like the forgiveness This version has stuck with me over the years, and that is saying something since I read a lot of my favorite fairy tale.

    28. I ve recently added this to my collection of Cinderella stories the dialect is so thick that I have a hard time reading it out loud, but I like to reinforce to my preservice teachers that diversity doesn t just mean race

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