The Wonderful Wholly Wolf

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The wolfs story of The Little Red Ridding Hood.

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  • Hello there! I'm Wally the wonderful wolf.
  • Welcome to the deep dark forest!!
  • Oh no! Not a big, bad wolf!
  • I am ver nice! I promise.
  • I'm not allowed to talk to strangers.
  • Once there lived a wolf named Wally who lived in the deep, dark forest. Wally loved to tell nice stories to the animals of the deep, dark forest to make them happy. When someone new came along he would welcome them with open arms.
  • Come on in Wally. What a great idea!
  • One day a little girl in a red hood came to the deep, dark forest. When she saw the wolf she became very scared.
  • Ready grandma?
  • Oh yes!
  • What big teeth you have! And your eyes and claws!
  • Mmm the wolf and grandma are trying to trick me!
  • Wally tried to tell the little girl that he was nice but the little girl still looked scared. She said she needed to go to her grandmothers house and she wasn't allowed to talk to strangers.
  • How did you know it was me?
  • I think the tail gave it away.
  • Wally had a great idea. He thought if he went to grandmas house and dressed up like her then maybe the little girl wouldn't be scared of him anymore. If grandma said he wasn't a stranger they could be friends.
  • Grandma are you in there? Lets surprise your little grand daughter!
  • Wally and Grandma tried to trick the little girl but she was to clever. She new straight away that the person in grandmas bed wasn't grandma. The little girl played along.
  • In the end the little girl realises its the wolf and catches him unaware! Grandma comes out to clear it all up. They all spend the afternoon having afternoon tea and becoming the best of friends.
  • THE END.
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