It was Little Red Riding Hood again!
Little Red Riding Hood: My brethren and myself had finished them all off; all the little animals that were edible. My mind drifted off to daydream of feasts of rabbits and tiny, tiny children… But just as my mind turned off, my eyes blinked open and my head jerked upwards.
A scent filled my nostrils, a scent so delicious and mouthwatering. Blood…the scent hung thickly around me, and I ran towards its owner. Being kept deprived of a proper meal for so long, I had to have this…before the others.
Then I saw her. A small child, no taller than 4 feet. She wore a bright red riding hood with the hood brought up to her head.
I walked beside her a few trees away. Who on Earth trusted this little girl in the wilderness of the forest? Then I walked out in front of her, stopping her in her tracks.
Strangely enough, fear showed not on her face, but a friendly smile stretched across her lips. My grandmother has fallen ill, and mother is worried. Did she usually trust wolves in the forest with her plans for the day?
Like a race, you see. An old lady and a little girl. Oh, the pack will be SO jealous! Now, what to do about my voice? Alas, my victim was here. Was I imitating too badly? She did what I said, then removed her riding hood and climbed into the bed next to me. Her scent was unbearably delicious.
The now full wolf, which is me, lived happily ever after. Well, this was for school, and I thought: Hey, why not post it to see what everyone else thinks?
Hope you like it! Little Red Riding Hood does no belong to me. It belongs to whomever wrote it.Little Red Riding Hood is parodied in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode, "Little Red Riding Princess" with Princess Toadstool in the role of 'Red Riding Hood' and .
The story of the real little red riding hood As we pointed out before, this story finds its origins in an isolated region in the Alps. The goal of the story is to warn us, to show us that there are forbidden things for our community as a human race, a community, and a group.
Little Red Riding Hood: Point Of View Reading Unit Of Study Thank you for your interest in this week long mini-unit focused around the reading standard of understanding points of view!
This unit focuses on the story of Little Red Riding Hood to help students understand multiple points of view.4/5(56). "Little Red Riding Hood" is a raw hardstyle song by Da Tweekaz; Sunny's concept photo for Girls' Generation's third studio album The Boys was inspired by "Little Red Riding Hood".
Musicals. Little Red Riding Hood is one of the central characters in the Broadway musical Into the Woods () by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. The Wolf's Story by Toby Forward is the perfect book to use when comparing stories or teaching point of view.
In this clever story, we hear the story of Little Red Riding Hood from the wolf's point of view/5. Objective point of view means that the reader doesn’t see any character’s inner thoughts and feelings.
Instead, the reader is only witness to outer actions and dialogue. Little Red Riding Hood opened the door to Grandma’s room and stepped inside.