Little Red Riding Hood ePUB ✓ Little Red eBook

Little Red Riding Hood ePUB ✓ Little Red eBook

Little Red Riding Hood ❰Read❯ ➪ Little Red Riding Hood Author Mara Alperin – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk When Little Red arrives at Granny s cottage, there s someone BIG, HAIRY and very, very SCARY waiting in Granny s bedWill Little Red be breakfast for that big, bad wolf My First Fairy Tales are a magic When Little Red arrives at Granny s cottage, there s someone BIG, HAIRY and very, very SCARY waiting in Granny s bedWill Little Red be breakfast for that big, bad wolf My First Fairy Tales are a magical introduction to the well loved stories that are a key part of every childhood With fresh and fun illustrations, these simple re tellings of classic fairy tales make a perfect bedtime read for three Little Red eBook ô to six year olds Make sure you collect Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Three Billy Goats Gruff, too.


10 thoughts on “Little Red Riding Hood

  1. RLL220_SandraJ RLL220_SandraJ says:

    Summary Little red has to take her grandma fruit because she s sick but on the way there she stumbles on a wolf The wolf tricks her on picking up flowers for the grandma while he runs to the grandmas house to pretend to be her He knocks on the door and the grandma escapes to get help When little red riding hood gets there, the wolf tries to eat her but the grandma comes back with a woodcutter man The wolf runs out the window and they all have breakfast together Illustrations The illustrat Summary Little red has to take her grandma fruit because she s sick but on the way there she stumbles on a wolf The wolf tricks her on picking up flowers for the grandma while he runs to the grandmas house to pretend to be her He knocks on the door and the grandma escapes to get help When little red riding hood gets there, the wolf tries to eat her but the grandma comes back with a woodcutter man The wolf runs out the window and they all have breakfast together Illustrations The illustrations are fun to look at because it seems as if a child drew it The illustrations are really colorful and the expressions are very well captured The text doesn t have much of onomatopoeia but some is seemed There s small amount of text seen in each page Grade level This book is for pre K, 1st graders, and 2nd graders For pre K , I would read the book and make them make their own puppets of the main characters For 1st graders, I would make them make their own 3 part sequence of the story, so what happen in the beginning, middle, and at the end.For 2nd graders, I would make them help me decide what s the setting, the conflict, the main characters and why they think that.Strengths The colorful bright colors of the illustrations are a plus and the expressions shown are too The weaknesses are there s not much of onomatopoeia seen, I think if their wasit would make the story evenfun to read Another weakness is that in the story there s a male that saves the day instead of a female I think sometimes authors should switch it up to show females can be hero s too


  2. Adrianne Rosal Adrianne Rosal says:

    Watch those woods little red.


  3. Molly Molly says:

    Happy young child version where nothing too terrible happens.


  4. Danny Danny says:

    Q Was the book fiction or nonfiction How can you tell A The book is fiction because wolfs can t talk.


  5. Anastasya Anastasya says:

    I don t love it, I much prefer the original version My 4 year old likes it, probably because nothing bad happens in this version.


  6. Trista Watson Trista Watson says:

    This version of Little Red Riding Hood is written by Mara Alperin It is a traditional literature book written at the first grade level The wolf notices Little Red going to visit her Granny, when he decides that he wants to eat her for breakfast Granny foils his horrible plan before he can harm anyone This book has many descriptive words that could be used in a vocabulary lesson Talking about the wolf s characteristics could also lead into a lesson on animals The content concern for this bo This version of Little Red Riding Hood is written by Mara Alperin It is a traditional literature book written at the first grade level The wolf notices Little Red going to visit her Granny, when he decides that he wants to eat her for breakfast Granny foils his horrible plan before he can harm anyone This book has many descriptive words that could be used in a vocabulary lesson Talking about the wolf s characteristics could also lead into a lesson on animals The content concern for this book would be the wolf wanting to eat Little Red


  7. Karen Karen says:

    I really like this series of retellings of classic fairy tales They contain a whole lot of humor, and, although they stay true to the spirit of the originals, no one dies Little Red and the wolf in this book are especially adorable.


  8. Christine Turner Christine Turner says:

    Little Red Riding Hood sets off to bring a basket of fruit to her grandmother On her way, Little Red meets a wolf When Little Red arrives at Grandma s house, there s someone hairy and very scary waiting in Grandma s bed Will Little Red be breakfast for the big, bad wolf


  9. Irina Irina says:

    We read this book in class since we finished taping our remake of Little Red Riding Hood The students enjoyed hearing this version of the story and compare and contrasted to the story that they read or had been told by their parents.


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10 thoughts on “Little Red Riding Hood

  1. RLL220_SandraJ RLL220_SandraJ says:

    Summary Little red has to take her grandma fruit because she s sick but on the way there she stumbles on a wolf The wolf tricks her on picking up flowers for the grandma while he runs to the grandmas house to pretend to be her He knocks on the door and the grandma escapes to get help When little red riding hood gets there, the wolf tries to eat her but the grandma comes back with a woodcutter man The wolf runs out the window and they all have breakfast together Illustrations The illustrat Summary Little red has to take her grandma fruit because she s sick but on the way there she stumbles on a wolf The wolf tricks her on picking up flowers for the grandma while he runs to the grandmas house to pretend to be her He knocks on the door and the grandma escapes to get help When little red riding hood gets there, the wolf tries to eat her but the grandma comes back with a woodcutter man The wolf runs out the window and they all have breakfast together Illustrations The illustrations are fun to look at because it seems as if a child drew it The illustrations are really colorful and the expressions are very well captured The text doesn t have much of onomatopoeia but some is seemed There s small amount of text seen in each page Grade level This book is for pre K, 1st graders, and 2nd graders For pre K , I would read the book and make them make their own puppets of the main characters For 1st graders, I would make them make their own 3 part sequence of the story, so what happen in the beginning, middle, and at the end.For 2nd graders, I would make them help me decide what s the setting, the conflict, the main characters and why they think that.Strengths The colorful bright colors of the illustrations are a plus and the expressions shown are too The weaknesses are there s not much of onomatopoeia seen, I think if their wasit would make the story evenfun to read Another weakness is that in the story there s a male that saves the day instead of a female I think sometimes authors should switch it up to show females can be hero s too

  2. Adrianne Rosal Adrianne Rosal says:

    Watch those woods little red.

  3. Molly Molly says:

    Happy young child version where nothing too terrible happens.

  4. Danny Danny says:

    Q Was the book fiction or nonfiction How can you tell A The book is fiction because wolfs can t talk.

  5. Anastasya Anastasya says:

    I don t love it, I much prefer the original version My 4 year old likes it, probably because nothing bad happens in this version.

  6. Trista Watson Trista Watson says:

    This version of Little Red Riding Hood is written by Mara Alperin It is a traditional literature book written at the first grade level The wolf notices Little Red going to visit her Granny, when he decides that he wants to eat her for breakfast Granny foils his horrible plan before he can harm anyone This book has many descriptive words that could be used in a vocabulary lesson Talking about the wolf s characteristics could also lead into a lesson on animals The content concern for this bo This version of Little Red Riding Hood is written by Mara Alperin It is a traditional literature book written at the first grade level The wolf notices Little Red going to visit her Granny, when he decides that he wants to eat her for breakfast Granny foils his horrible plan before he can harm anyone This book has many descriptive words that could be used in a vocabulary lesson Talking about the wolf s characteristics could also lead into a lesson on animals The content concern for this book would be the wolf wanting to eat Little Red

  7. Karen Karen says:

    I really like this series of retellings of classic fairy tales They contain a whole lot of humor, and, although they stay true to the spirit of the originals, no one dies Little Red and the wolf in this book are especially adorable.

  8. Christine Turner Christine Turner says:

    Little Red Riding Hood sets off to bring a basket of fruit to her grandmother On her way, Little Red meets a wolf When Little Red arrives at Grandma s house, there s someone hairy and very scary waiting in Grandma s bed Will Little Red be breakfast for the big, bad wolf

  9. Irina Irina says:

    We read this book in class since we finished taping our remake of Little Red Riding Hood The students enjoyed hearing this version of the story and compare and contrasted to the story that they read or had been told by their parents.

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