Free eBook Red Riding Hood download
by Christopher Coady
Author: Christopher Coady
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile; 1st American ed edition (May 7, 1992)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Size MP3: 1388 mb
Size FLAC: 1528 mb
Format: docx lrf lrf lit
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In contrast to the familiar Grimm version, Perrault's must be read as a cautionary tale with an expressed moral that warns young children, especially girls, that the most artless stranger may prove to be a salacious scoundrel. It ends with startling finality when the wolf consumes the child. Coady's retelling is simply worded and contains a few changes: it is raining, it is dark, and Red Riding Hood & the wolf's eyes on her'' before she meets him.
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PreSchool-Grade 2–The wolf's interpretation of what happened in the Little Red Riding Hood story tries too hard and misses the mark
PreSchool-Grade 2–The wolf's interpretation of what happened in the Little Red Riding Hood story tries too hard and misses the mark. He tells how he did odd jobs for Grandma and one day, as the woman was reaching into her wardrobe, she 'accidentally bumped her head and was knocked out cold. In a panic, he pushed her inside and donned her dress to fool the granddaughter who was knocking at the door.
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