Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood This is the traditional version based on the telling of The Brothers Grimm The wolf is justly punished and dies as a result of his gluttony yet only following the release of Granny and Little Red by

  • Title: Little Red Riding Hood
  • Author: Bernadette Watts Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm
  • ISBN: 9780735822
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the traditional version based on the telling of The Brothers Grimm The wolf is justly punished and dies as a result of his gluttony, yet only following the release of Granny and Little Red by the perceptive hunter Bernadette Watts is an English illustrator, vastly published for her folk and fairy tale picture books This particular text has beautiful pastel drawiThis is the traditional version based on the telling of The Brothers Grimm The wolf is justly punished and dies as a result of his gluttony, yet only following the release of Granny and Little Red by the perceptive hunter Bernadette Watts is an English illustrator, vastly published for her folk and fairy tale picture books This particular text has beautiful pastel drawings in an impressionistic style that is whimsical and poetic.

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    1. This is the traditional version of Little Red Riding hood, based on the telling of The Brothers Grimm. The wolf is justly punished and dies as a result of his gluttony, yet only following the release of Granny and Little Red by the perceptive hunter. Bernadette Watts is an English illustrator, vastly published for her folk and fairy tale picture books. This particular text has beautiful pastel drawings in an "impressionistic" style that is whimsical and poetic. The color palette is soft and the [...]


    2. I'm doing a fairy tale comparison assignment for my literacy course, and Little Red Riding Hood is my chosen fairy tale. Origins of the well-known folktale date back to oral narratives by French peasants in the 10th century and by the Italians in the 14th century, but Charles Perrault is credited with the first printed version, Le Petit Chaperon Rouge, in 1697. (Perrault is the father of the fairy tale, with his works derived from pre-existing folk tales, including Cendrillon (Cinderella), Le Ch [...]


    3. "Little Red Riding Hood" is the original classic tale of a little girl bringing goods to her grandmother who lives in the woods. The little girls strays from the path and tells a wolf where she is off to. The wolf runs ahead and eats her grandmother whole. The wolf puts on grandmothers clothing and lays in grandmother's bed. When Little Red Riding Hood gets to her grandmother's house, she thinks her grandmother looks different. She says, "what big ears you have," "what big eyes you have," and "w [...]





    4. Little Red Riding Hood by Bernadette Watts is a traditional version of the story based on the telling of The Brothers Grimm.The text emphasizes Red Riding Hood's disobediance less than others: the mother doesn't tell her to never talk to strangers, just to stay on the path and say Hello to her Grandmother. The flower picking is a short delay. The wolf is justly punished and dies as a result of his gluttony, yet only following the release of Granny and Little Red by the perceptive hunter. The pun [...]


    5. You know you're going to enjoy a book when you identify with the protagonist from the very first page. The first time we borrowed this book, my granddaughter declared, "That's me." "And that's you." This has remained her favorite version of Little Red Riding Hood. After that first reading, she instructed me to substitute our names for the main characters. My husband gets to be the hunter. It does intensify the thrill of the story.


    6. I absolutely love Little Red Riding Hood, and I found it odd that I'd never read the version of the story told by The Brothers Grimm. And what's more shocking is the fact that I absolutely love all tellings by The Brother's Grimm.This Little Red Riding Hood is much like every Little Red Riding Hood story. Little girl goes into woods to take her grandmother a care package because she's ill. She's met by a wolf, who convinces her to tarry away from her path. The wolf then goes to granny's house an [...]


    7. The text is a standard, short Grimm version of the story. It does not emphasize Red Riding Hood's disobedience -- she pauses quite briefly to pick some flowers for her grandmother, and is depicted as a very young child. It is the sneaky, greedy wolf who is the culprit, and the illustrations dwell at slightly distressing length on his punishment, two full pages of multiple panels showing his writhing after the stones are sewn in his belly. Aside from these pages the illustrations are quite pretty [...]


    8. This is the version the Brother’s Grimm wrote down that most of us know, complete with the red cap and the wolf being stuffed with stones at the end. The only reason that this one doesn’t resonate as much with me quite as much as the Gennady Spirin version is that the illustrations are too beautiful. The wolf is just a large dog and you never see him gobble anyone up. It is a lovely version, but less exciting and visually gripping for a young childoksmykidsread.wordpress/


    9. PB 11:Personally I love the story of little red riding hood. I think that it is a little strange and out there, but it is never the less a classic. I really enjoyed the illustrations in this version of Little Red Riding Hood. The light colors and soft edges really caused for a whimsical feeling to the story, which I found fitting.


    10. Copyright 1968 this book has a warm nostalgic feel for me. I love the front cover illustration and it sets the tone for the entire book. The flowers are fab throughout!! I am sucker for reading every version of The Brother's Grimm tales and Bernadette Watts enhanced this experience of reading Little Red again and again.


    11. This is the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood by the Brothers Grimm. You can read a story like this to any grade level during many different lessons. It can be used in a lesson about folktales, author's purpose, compare and contrast, fiction v. nonfiction, moral of the story, etc. Folktales have many uses in the classroom.




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