Little Red Riding Hood

One day, Little Red Riding Hood’s mother said to her, “Take this basket of goodies to your grandma’s cottage, but don’t talk to strangers on the way!” Promising not to, Little Red Riding Hood skipped off. On her way she met the Big Bad Wolf who asked, “Where are you going, little girl?” “To my grandma’s, Mr. Wolf!” she answered.

The Big Bad Wolf then ran to her grandmother’s cottage much before Little Red Riding Hood, and knocked on the door. When Grandma opened the door, he locked her up in the cupboard. The wicked wolf then wore Grandma’s clothes and lay on her bed, waiting for Little Red Riding Hood.

When Little Red Riding Hood reached the cottage, she entered and went to Grandma’s bedside. “My! What big eyes you have, Grandma!” she said in surprise. “All the better to see you with, my dear!” replied the wolf. “My! What big ears you have, Grandma!” said Little Red Riding Hood. “All the better to hear you with, my dear!” said the wolf. “What big teeth you have, Grandma!” said Little Red Riding Hood. “All the better to eat you with!” growled the wolf pouncing on her. Little Red Riding Hood screamed and the woodcutters in the forest came running to the cottage. They beat the Big Bad Wolf and rescued Grandma from the cupboard. Grandma hugged Little Red Riding Hood with joy. The Big Bad Wolf ran away never to be seen again. Little Red Riding Hood had learnt her lesson.

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152 thoughts on “Little Red Riding Hood

  1. This story I have to say is only so-so. I get that people want it to be short, I just wish it were slightly longer and less robotic sounding. I love the tail of Little Red, but the emotional war in Red’s heart is not present in this tail. Also, I think this story should involve a small amount more of the wolf’s jokester and hilariously snarky personality. If this short of a story is what is being read to children, that upsets me and my family in a moderate fashion.

  2. only so-so. I would like it if you could see the snarky behavior of the wolf, perhaps by adding length. I am moderately disapointed for the children who get this read to them, as no personality can be found in the characters to connect them to the plot

  3. Can I have a permission to copy down to my homework?
    I am not good at eng :/ don’t mind.

  4. Wolves don't talk and they don't eat humans unless they have illnesses like rabies. This story is completely stupid, ridiculous, insane and insulting to wolves. I won't let my kids read this if I were you. No offense to anyone.

  5. But thanks for the story anyway. I'm doing a project on wolves and this is very useful as an example of the rumours humans have spread about wolves through the ages.

  6. It's a "Fairy Tale" you idiot that teaches some a good lesson – "Children, don't talk to strangers"!!!!

    1. well said jacquelynn, like get a grip Madeline Leung……. Thats like saying,,,,,, ”Wow, since when did those ‘3 Little Pigs’ get a degree in Architecture,??? Obviously 2 of them only went to a Community College and 1 of them was fortunate enough to go to a high end, Ivy League type of University. But even with the Big Bad Wolves ‘Expertise in Structural Demolition’, combined with his ‘strong lungs’ generating ‘extreme wind power’, the Big Bad Wolf had met his match when it came to the brick house. No matter how hard he tried, the Big Bad Wolf was unable to huff and puff and blow the house down.
      gSo because of careful planning, and a good education, the brick house kept that little pig and his homies safe behind those strong concrete reinforced walls.” !!!
      And for the Wolf, well he was carried away by paramedics in an ambulance after collapsing from an asthma attack from trying to blow so hard as to knock down them brick walls, he was then taken to hospital where he later died from complications due to over exerting his lungs.”
      Moral of the story;,,,,,, careful planning and a good education is key to survival in life…. Oh ya, and also DONT SMOKE.!!!! LOL

  7. what if u r lost and u don't have a smart phone or a map? u've gotta ask someone! or maybe someone's feeling sick and they need your help? at least u've gotta have some response! if u don't talk to other people then the only people you'll know will be your relatives and u won't have any other friends! anyway, you're commenting about my comment and u don't even know me! I'm a stranger to u!

  8. it also teaches people that wolves are evil and sly and greedy and cunning etc. which is absolutely the OPPOSITE of things

  9. Madeline Leung What idiot parent leaves their toddler child to be lost. What did I do as a child without a smartphone in the 1950's??? Believe me, I'm one of the BIGGEST Animal ACTIVISTS in the area (Google me), I do not find the story offenseive to animals, and neither any big, well-know AR organization. Your an ahole

  10. Boring,suckish doesn’t even teach people about stranger danger. This story needs to be get rid off four ever for our sake

  11. and the wolf was only hungry. He isn't "bad". He's only trying to find something to eat. and according to the original Grimm version, Riding Hood is supposed to be eaten up by the wolf. This story tells kids that even if u talk to strangers, someone will come and save you. Which isn't always true.

    1. yeah me too… what a nice story… but who did that… its so nice … i cant do like that its so hard to do that so many words and sentences…

  12. the conflict is that the Little Red Riding Hood’s dont obey his mother and talk to one stranger and told him what was he going to do so the wolf want to attack she.
    the resolution was that the woodcutters in the forest helpe they and the wolf go away and she can safe his grandmother

  13. I love it ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

  14. The is not a correct synopsis of the story. The grandmother and Little Red Riding Hood were both eaten but survived when the huntsman cut open the wolfs gut and replaced them with stones which ultimately killed the wold. The grandmother was most assuredly NOT locked in a cupboard. Why did you change it?

  15. Awesome story
    I never read this type of story
    From this story is understand that never talk with any stranger

  16. Hi, I have used this text to analyse for my A-Level English Language class and I was just wondering is anyone could tell me the name of the author of this adaptation and around the date when it was written? I need to add them to my bibliography!

  17. yeah me too… what a nice story… but who did that… its so nice … i cant do like that its so hard to do that so many words and sentences…

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