Little Red Riding Hood's mother said to go to her grandmother's house, because she was sick. Little Red Riding Hood had a basket with wine and a piece of cake.
Little Red Riding Hood was walking to her grandma's house and she encountered a wolf. Little Red Riding Hood told the wolf that she is going to her grandmother's house, and that it is a quarter of a league away.
The wolf wants to eat Little Red Riding Hood, but he has a plan of eating her grandmother first and then Little Red Riding Hood. The wolf starts going to Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother house while she found some flowers to pick for her grandmother.
The wolf makes it to Little Red Riding Hood grandmother's house and he pretends to be her granddaughter. Then the wolf eats Red Riding Hood's grandmother, puts on her clothes and goes in her bed to pretend to be her.
Little Red Riding Hood goes into her grandmother's house and comes into the bedroom. She asks what big eyes you have to the wolf and the wolf says the better to see you with my dear. It keeps going on until Little Red Riding Hood says what big mouth you have and the wolf says the better to eat you with and he leaped out of bed and eats Little Red Riding Hood.
A huntsman comes in the room because the wolf was snoring loud, and the huntsman thought it was a grandma. He saw that it was a wolf so he went to shoot it, but then he realized there could be people in the wolf. He went up to the wolf and he took two snips with scissors and there was Little Red Riding Hood. He took two more snips and there was grandma who was barely breathing. After they filled the wolf with rocks, he tried running away. He collapsed to his death. After that, Little Red Riding Hood lived happily ever after and never saw a wolf again.