Little Red Riding Hood-called that because of the red hooded coat she always wore-was walking through the woods when she met a wolf on the road. The wolf wanted to eat the little girl right there and then, but knew that he'd be caught, so he asked her where she was going. She said she was taking some food to her sick grandmother. The wolf hatched a scheme and hurried to the girl's grandmother's house, where he took the place of the old woman in the bed. Would Little Red Riding Hood figure out the wolf was up to no good before he could eat her?
o The classic story made famous by the Brothers Grimm becomes a modern classic in this all-new illustrated children's book that will delight readers from eight to eighty!
English text. Hardcover book.