Cinderella Liberator is an empowering fairy tale book for all ages. It's about a girl who is forced to do chores by her step mother and figures out how to do her own thing. The main elements are the same but the meaning is different. For example the prince goes to Cinderella's house and the shoe fits. They don't get married, but they become friends.
My favorite part is when the carriage turns back into a pumpkin, and Cinderella asks the mice that were turned into horses if they want to go back to their families. It's my favorite because Cinderella cares about the animals and she gives them a chance in their future which is what she wanted for herself.
The lesson of the story is what makes a person valuable or important is caring about how people feel. Cinderella thinks about what's valuable for her at the prince’s party and she realized she doesn't have to get married to be happy. Then after she decided she can just do what she loves...and that's making cake.