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Ok mom, see you later.
Now go straight to grandmas house.
Anything for me in the basket
Aaaaaaa a wolf!
Wait your not my Grandmother! Aaaaaaaaaa!!!
Little Red Ridding Hood went to go visit her grandmother that lived in the woods. Then little Red Ridding Hood left to her grandmother house. I think the author's perspective of this story is Little Red Riding Hood she follows her story author narrates Little Red Riding Hood .
Red Riding Hood went out of the trial and encountered a wolf who asked if there is anything inside the basket for him. She said no and ran away. The author states in the text ¨With a snarl the wolf asked, Is there something in your basket for me, little girl.¨
Little Red Riding Hood got to her grandmothers house and saw her on the bed but realized it was not her it was the wolf. Red Ridding Hood screamed and a woods man heard her and saved her and her grandmother. The author states in the text¨A near by woodsman heard Little Red Riding Hoods screams.¨The point of view of this story is third person (Omniscient).
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