Amber loves playing dress-up with her friends, Pearl and Lily. But Amber's dressing-up box isn't like any other ... When Amber puts on a raggedy skirt there's a magical dazzle of silver light and the next thing she knows she's in the middle of Cinderella's fairytale world!
Amber is determined to escape the cellar once and for all but the only way out is through the chimney. Up she climbs and at last, she's free ... until she stumbles into a gang of pickpockets. They're lying in wait for the guests coming to the ball. But Amber doesn't want to be a thief! How will she escape?
This book features in the following series: Amber's Dressing Up Dreams, Dressing-Up Dreams .
There are 112 pages in this book. This book was published 2008 by Hachette Children's Group .
Jenny Oldfield was born in Yorkshire in 1949 and studied English at university. She is the successful author of many books for children and adults, and lives in the country with her two children.
This book contains the following story:
Cinderella REALLY wants to go to the ball but her wicked stepmother and ugly sisters think she's better off at home doing the chores. Along comes the fairy godmother, waves her magic wand and Cinders's clothes are transformed into a gorgeous ball gown. Off she goes to the palace ball in a pumpkin coach and horses transformed from mice. But when the clock strikes midnight Cinders reverts to her tattered old self, and the prince has only a glass slipper to find his gorgeous girly.