Deaf Cinderella Book


“Deaf Cinderella,” adapted from a classic fairy tale with a Deaf twist by Adonia K. Smith and illustrated by Maureen Klusza tells the story in both spoken American Sign Language, presented by Jenna Smith, and printed English of a young Deaf woman called Deaf Cinderella who speaks in American Sign Language, grew up in a Deaf school, and is a proud part of the American Deaf culture. Children of all ages will enjoy reading this timeless fairy tale and learning about the unique world Deaf Cinderella lives in.

Stamped with the ASL Rose Bilingual Seal, showing that the information is presented in spoken ASL and written English, the book includes a QR code for purchasers to view the tale in ASL.

Bonus: Special webpage linked to the book has more information, including sample lesson plans.

SKU: N/A Category:

Choice between hard cover and soft cover, each has 60 pages of illustrations, English text, and a QR code to view the tale in ASL.

Allies and supporters

ASL learners

Deaf babies through 12th grade

Deaf and hearing interpreters for their toolkit

Friends of Deaf people

History and Deaf history majors

Multilingual Deaf people learning ASL

Parents of Deaf children


Service providers and experts working with Deaf people

Teachers and practicing teachers of Deaf children

And many more people

Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 × .5 in

10% of proceeds go to a new national Deaf schools museum