The Starlight Slippers (100 Dresses #3) (Hardcover)

By Susan Maupin Schmid

Random House Books for Young Readers, 9780553533774, 336pp.

Publication Date: June 26, 2018

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Fans of the Land of Stories and the Descendants series are sure to find the lighthearted fantasy-adventure of 100 Dresses a perfect fit!

100 Dresses
100 Disguises
100 Daring Adventures

Inside an enchanted castle, there's a closet--a closet with one hundred magical dresses that only Darling Dimple can wear. Each one disguises her as somebody else. And once again, Darling needs them!

You've heard of glass slippers? What about starlight slippers--delicate lace shoes studded with starlight opals? When Princess Mariposa reads about her grandmother's bridal slippers, she wants to find them for her own wedding! Darling is only too happy to help look for the slippers . . . until she discovers they are connected to the castle's magic. Could wearing them set the dragons free? With the help of her friends Roger, Gillian, and Dulcie and lots of dresses, Darling must save the castle--and Princess Mariposa's wedding day.


About the Author

SUSAN MAUPIN SCHMID is the author of 100 Dresses: If the Magic Fits and Ghost of a Chance. When Susan was seven, she read Betsy's Little Star, a really old book about a girl who wants red shoes. Until then, Susan had only worn sensible brown shoes to school and toe-pinching black Mary Janes to church. Unfortunately, Susan's mother did not think Susan needed red shoes. She probably didn't, but she never stopped wanting pretty shoes. When she was a fifth grader, her mother sent Susan to the local shoe store to buy sneakers. And there in the window were grass-green Keds, just the same shade as the outfit she was wearing! Susan had to have those shoes! So she bought them. And she was very happy, despite the fact that she had to wear them with everything--whether they matched or not. Susan is currently on the lookout for a great pair of turquoise sandals. To find out more, visit SusanMaupinSchmid.com and follow her on Twitter: @maupinschmid.