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Little Ruth Reddingford and the Wolf

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  6 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Children are sure to enjoy this lively new rendition of an age-old classic. Little Ruth Reddingford loves visiting her grandmother. So when Grandma can?t pick her up for their weekly visit, Red takes matters into her own hands. While taking a shortcut through the woods, she is confronted by two bullies. The ensuing adventure takes a surprising twist, as Red discovers the p ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Illumination Arts Publishing Company
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S.N. Arly
This is a modern and somewhat different take on the traditional European story of Little Red Riding Hood, wherein the wolf is nilot vilified and beliefs of Native Americans have a role.

The artwork is fine, but not spectacular. The story is the engaging component, and it is frequently requested by the 6-year-old boy and nearly 4-year-old girl (who is the original recipient) in our household. It's really nice to see strong female rolemodels for children of this age. Ruth stands up well for herself
Mar 05, 2008 Terry rated it really liked it
This is more than just a modernized version of the tale we grew up with. It has a nice twist (hint: the wolf isn't the bad guy), some spiritualism, and an even better moral than the original!
Jun 11, 2013 Nancy rated it really liked it
An interesting take on the traditional Red Ridinghood story in which the wolf is no longer evil but takes on the role of a spirit guardian.
An interesting take on the story of "Little Red Riding Hood", infused with Native American folklore.
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