There are two sides to every story. Little Red Riding Hood retold, both as you know it and…as you don’t!
This award-winning finalist takes a good look at a story we think we know by heart and changes our perceptions. What really happened in the woods? Who was the mysterious Mr. Huntsman and how did he happen to be at the right place at the right time? Was the Big Bad Wolf really big and truly bad? Why was Little Red Riding Hood alone in the woods in the first place? Intrepid reporter Tom Flibbertigibbet is ready to read between the lines and uncover the truth behind this classic fairy tale.
A story about the hidden racism in classic fairytales, school bullying and friendship, this book is an excellent choice for parents and teachers who wish to teach children to look beyond appearances and think critically. Because not every word is cast in stone!