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Little Red Riding Hood

3.61  ·  Rating details ·  62 ratings  ·  21 reviews
Little Red Riding Hood
Paperback, 30 pages
Published December 31st 2016 by Not Avail
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Veronica Baldwin
Feb 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
I loved this rendition of Little Red Riding Hood! Little Red Riding Hood is considered a fairytale, but to me it can be viewed in many ways. Although it is labeled as a fairytale I'm also able to see it as a fable because it can teach you things even if it was explicitly explained. Fables are a style of traditional literature that make you learn a moral at the end of the story, but I feel like that happens a lot in fairytales and tall tales where it teaches you of what characteristics you should ...more
Feb 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
This book has a modern twist to the traditional tale that we all know and love. Red Riding Hood is a young girl who instead of wearing a cape, wears a red hoodie. Similar to the traditional tale, Little Red Riding hood lives in a cottage at the edge of the forest with her mother. When her grandmother isn’t feeling well, her mother asks Little Red Riding Hood to bring her grandmother a basket of food. Before she leaves her mother warms her “Be careful in the forest and beware of the Big Bad Wolf! ...more
In this version, clever Hood saves herself and her grandmother from the wolf.
Apr 29, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: traditional-_lit
Summary: Little red riding hood has to go through the forest to get food to her sick grandma, but to do that she has to encounter the big bad wolf. The wolf ends up getting to grandmas house before little red riding hood and pretends to be the grandma. He even tries eat her but she uses honey, egg corns, and flowers to get the wolf out of her grandmas house. She ends up eating the food with her grandma and the wolf is never seen again.

Illustrations: Though the illustrations aren’t bright, they
Mrs.Melaugh Melaugh
Jul 05, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: picture-books
A modern looking Little Red Riding Hood wearing a hoodie instead of a cape is sent by her mother to deliver a basket of healthy-looking fruits and cheese to her sick grandmother. Mom warns Red to beware of the Big Bad Wolf. Along the way, Red meets the Wolf, tells him where she is going, then stops to pick flowers and acorns. She next encounters a bear wearing a beret (perhaps suggesting a connection with Perrault’s French version of the tale?). She helps him pour honey into jars, and he gives h ...more
Sorome G
Jan 27, 2022 rated it really liked it
The story of Little Red Riding Hood is about a little girl who was told to take a basket of goods to her sick grandmother. On her way to her grandmother’s house, little red riding hood comes across the big bad wolf. She takes her time getting to her grandmother’s house but when she gets there she gets tricked by the big bad wolf. she fights the wolf, little red riding hood, and her grandmother both enjoy the basket of food together. The theme of this story is strength and bravery. The little gir ...more
Rebecca Grabill
Jul 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A fun twist on a favorite story, with a little Dora the Explorer flavor. Little Red Riding Hood sets off per usual, but meets animals/collects items along the way. All of which come in handy when she defeats the Big Bad Wolf (sorry, spoiler 😂). A nice wrap-up and creative twist. The parent in me appreciates not having to read the same story as every other retelling and the author in me loves the touch of cumulative storytelling and tidy ending.
Katie Greenwood
Nov 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Of course, more Red Riding Hood picture books and I loved this one too. It was so cute and this time Little Red Riding Hood saved herself through what she collected on her journey. She used the daisies, the acorns and the honey to rid herself of the wolf. In the original tale straying from the path and collecting flowers was what allowed the wolf to get to Granny's house before her. I really enjoyed how that was subverted.  ...more
Kathleen Dixon
Aug 24, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: fairy-tales
This is mostly the original story but with the addition of an extra about collecting acorns and helping a bear collect honey along the way through the forest. Interesting. These items are then instrumental in scaring away the wolf. Zenobia (11 and dyslexic) enjoyed the book because she could read most of it herself, and Ivy enjoyed it because of the acorns and honey.
Jun 03, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This new take on Little Red Riding Hood changes the ending a bit so that Little Red manages to take care of the wolf all by herself without the aid of a woodcutter or other forest friend (besides bees). The bright, colorful illustrations are sure to catch the eye of readers young and old.
Yoselin Castillo
This book was not my favorite version of Little Red Riding Hood. It kept the normal story line and just added a few twists like the acorns, the jar of honey and how she ultimately got rid of the wolf. It was an okay read, I would probably chose a different version to read to my future class.
Sabrina Hindle
Aug 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
I like this classic story and I think it has a great message about not trusting strangers! It’s a story that most kids have heard of and they know some version of it. It keeps their attention by using suspense and it would be a book that the students can maybe even act out.
Lindsay Lodge
May 30, 2021 rated it liked it
Another version of Little Red Riding Hood in which nobody, human or animal, gets killed. I like that a lot. I also like the fact that there is no woodcutter who saves the day - Little Red Riding Hood defends herself and rescues grandma.
Jun 14, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: picture
An updated version of this traditional story. Don't mess with this Little Red Riding Hood, she's got things in hand when it comes to wolves.

Detailed, colorful, interesting pictures.
In this modern update to Little Red Riding Hood, Red doesn't need anyone to save her from the big bad wolf. Her cleverness and bravery help her outsmart the bad guy. ...more
Courtney Evans
Dec 14, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: el-ed-340
Traditional Literature: I thought this was a fun new way to tell the Little Red Riding Hood story. I think it also makes the story funnier and more interesting.
Tiffany Hough
Feb 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: picture-books
This retelling by Nosy Crow features wonderful artwork and a heroine who saves herself and her grandma by being kind, resourceful, and clever. As a bonus, it was lovely of Noisy Crow and illustrator Ed Bryan to feature a stylish picture book mother who is the size and shape of an average woman. Such a sight should be commonplace, but it isn’t. A refreshing update of the classic folktale.
Apr 13, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: eled340
Category: Traditional Fantasy
A fun retelling of Little Red Riding Hood with a slightly different ending. Cute illustrations.
Neha Thakkar
Apr 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great contemporary version - good set for when fairy tales need replacements
Josephine Bivins
Jun 28, 2022 rated it it was ok
I prefer the Brothers Grimm version where the wolf eats grandma and Little Red and then the lumberjack cuts him open. Don't shield me from the truth ...more
Sep 27, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: picture-books
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