In a fresh re-telling of the fairy tale classic, "Cindy Lou Ella" is transformed into the Belle-of-the-Ball by her two fairy godmothers Pearlene and Adele ...who just happen to be an opossum and an armadillo! In a whirlwind of stardust, Cindy Lou Ella meets her prince charming, the handsome Joe Billy, the heir to his daddy's successful tractor parts store!
Ondrias was born and raised in Wharton, Texas. In 1994 she graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University. She teaches 1st grade at Myatt Elementary School in El Campo, Texas. Her husband, Gavin and their son and daughter live in El Campo.
Ondrias has been writing since she was a child. She enjoyed writing poetry and short stories while growing up. Her love for writing became a passion after taking a three week course called the New Jersey Writing Project. This is where she wrote her first two stories, “Kolby, the Skating Bear from Kalamazoo” and “There’s a Pig in my Fridge.”
With every end comes a new beginning in the fourth installment of Soman Chainani’s New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil series, Quests for Glory.
Join Sophie, Agatha, Tedros, and the other students as they begin a new era in the Endless Woods—The Camelot Years—where Evers and Nevers alike must move beyond the bounds of school and into the biggest, boldest adventures of their lives.
The students at the School for Good and Evil thought they had found their final Ever After when they vanquished the malevolent School Master. Now, on their required fourth-year quests, the students face obstacles both dangerous and unpredictable, and the stakes are high: success brings eternal adoration, and failure means obscurity forever.
For their quests, Agatha and Tedros are trying to return Camelot to its former splendor as queen and king. For her quest, Dean Sophie seeks to mold Evil in her own image. But soon they all feel themselves growing more isolated and alone.
When their classmates’ quests plunge into chaos, however, someone must lead the charge to save them...
There will be rainbow-colored boats and more polka-dotted pigs before the story is over.
Cleverly written in rhyme, There's a Pig in My Fridge! is a favorite for the young reader.
Fairy tales have never been more irreverent or subversive as Hansel and Gretel learn to take charge of their destinies and become the clever architects of their own happily ever after.