Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten!
Publish date: August 1st 2011
Publisher: Picture Window Books
Pages no: 24
Edition language: English
Little Red Riding Hood, from the wolves prospective, could have had potent, but was lacking and conflicting, through out b
Give it to a wolf to try to get a reader to feel sorry for him in this classic story of Little Red Riding Hood. I loved the pictures and I enjoyed how the author told the story from the wolf's perspective. Yes, the wolf does not normally eat meat and when he sees Little Red in the woods he visuali...
This is a cute retelling of the children’s story of Red Ridding Hood I think its funny and cute. I don’t primarily review children’s books but on occasion I’ll come across a title that catches my eye . For my bookies with kids this is great addition to your bedtime stories library. The title was my...
So Little Red is a vapid narcicist, and Wolf is a starving vegetarian who couldn't resist the apple looking Red and Grandma. Great "Think About It" section encourages readers to consider this point of view in comparison to other versions of Little Red Riding Hood that they may have read or heard. Al...
Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten is written by Trisha Speed Shaskan and illustrated by Gerald Guerlais. It is a picture book for children and it is the first one I have ever reviewed. It is sweet (well in a way), most pages have one big picture in it and little text and it is short. It is a pict...
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