Little Red Riding Hood


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  • The Woods
  • Good day, Ms. Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Hello Mr. wolf. You are a little bit my way because I don’t want to get distracted from seeing my grandmother, so you may go on your way now.
  • The Woods
  • Ms. Little Red Riding Hood, look at this this beautiful patch of flowers, surely your grandmother would like some flowers.
  • I was already going to, wolf, don’t disturb me! I need to pick some flowers and get to my grandmother quickly!
  • On the way to Grandmother's
  • My my someone should teach this child not to be so rude.
  • The wolf walk walks through the forest, and sees little riding hood.
  • Grandmother's Home
  • The wolf is a little taken back from Little Red Riding Hood's rudeness. He tries to be nicer. He shows her a patch of flowers.
  • Grandmother's Cottage
  • The wolf used the flowers as a distraction for Little Red Riding Hood, so he could go to her grandmother’s home.
  • Grandmother's Cottage
  • Once the wolf gets to the small cottage, he knocks and gets inside.
  • The wolf went to grandmother and ate her so he could dress up as her. Soon after Little red riding hood arrives and the wolf ate her too!
  • OH MY!
  • After the wolf got settled and fell asleep a huntsmen came in and cut open the wolf’s stomach with a pair of scissors. When little Red Riding hood and her grandmother came out of his stomach, they put rocks there. After the wolf woke up, he collapsed and died.
  • That should teach the wolf a lesson.
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