Fair, Brown and Trembling

In this old Irish version of Cinderella, the king’s oldest daughters, Fair and Brown, forbid their younger sister, Trembling, from attending Sunday mass for fear that she will attract a husband before they do. From the book Tales from Old Ireland, retold by Malachy Doyle, illustrated by Niamh Sharkey and narrated by Maura O’Connell.

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