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Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood A little girl meets a hungry wolf in the forest while on her way to visit her sick grandmother Illustrated with photographs placing the tale in an urban setting

  • Title: Little Red Riding Hood
  • Author: Charles Perrault Sarah Moon
  • ISBN: 9781568461434
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A little girl meets a hungry wolf in the forest while on her way to visit her sick grandmother Illustrated with photographs placing the tale in an urban setting.

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    1 thought on “Little Red Riding Hood

    1. Perhaps some caring librarian would remove the spoiler from the blurb. Then, after I have forgotten it was there, I will read the book and be shocked.

    2. My mother sent me a copy of this book, adapted and translated by John Patience. I resumed my French studies last year, and reading children's books is actually an important part of learning a language. Yet, I had never done so.Until today. This is, of course, the story of Little Red Riding Hood.I am proud to report that I was able to read this little book without looking up a single word. I highly recommend the use of illustrated children's books as an adjunct to second language studies.

    3. ¡Niños y niñas del mundo, no habléis con lobos! ¡Si su abuela parece una mutante, corran!Dentro de todo, me gusta. Uno ya conoce esta historia, contada de mil maneras, pero saber que todo lo que conocemos viene de acá, de este cuento o la versión Grimm, es genial. Es estar en contacto con la fuente, no me imagino la cara de los niños al escuchar estas historias en sus momentos. De seguro era épica :D

    4. Un lobo sí, claro xD ¡Qué impacto! Creo que nunca había leído la historia original de Caperucita D:Me gustó, a pesar de conocer la historia. Hay demasiado tema de fondo que mejor no tocar aquí jeje.

    5. In this version the Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother are saved by lumberjacks. The illustrations are beautiful.

    6. A world of "No." This is about as dark of a version of LRRH as I can stand. The pictures due to the child's expression and her positioning made it feel like she was being abused in some way. This is Perrault's version, in which she is eaten and that's it. We're left with an image of dirty sheets that seems more expressive of rape (considering the line about taking off her dress is left in and the wolf seems to be human in this, I think that's what Sarah Moon's photographs were trying to achieve) [...]

    7. After studying this fairy tale in class, I never knew that this tale would be looked at as a sexual violation message. Sure the message for children in the tale would be, "don't talk to strangers" which is quite legit but it definitely gives you a portrayal of how the girl has lost her innocence. The story goes much deeper than its surface level given for children.

    8. -Abuela, ¡qué dientes grandes tienes!-Son para comerte mejor. Siempre me voy a reír en esa parte. Me parece genial que la moraleja de éste libro sea no hablar con extraños.

    9. This book is the same as the modern version. It's a good children's story, even though it may scare some. It is one of the most popular fairy tales.

    10. Lo que me gusta de este cuento es como no la moraleja que se puede deducir, que no se debe parar hablar con extraños

    11. This story is about a young girl, as well as a Big Bad Wolf. The young girl is named about the red hooded cape that she wears. However, the cape the young girl is always seen wearing, is also magical. Within this story, the young girl goes through the woods to deliver food to her grandmother who is sick. While the girl is in the woods, the wolf sees her and keeps an eye on her, because he wants to eat the food in the basket, as well as the young girl. When the girls arrived at her grandmothers, [...]

    12. Tutti sanno la storia anche se,in realtà, in questa versione la nonna si nasconde in cantina e Cappuccetto Rosso riesce a sfuggire al lupo, perché il cacciatore arriva giusto in tempo e gli dà un calcio nel sedere. Alla fine la nonna decide di andare a vivere a casa di cappuccetto Rosso e della mamma per non crearle più problemi! Io ero abituata a tagli di ventre sanguinari, per cui è stato anche abbastanza gradevole. Adattissimo per i bambini quindi.Un breve accenno al modo in cui è racco [...]

    13. Un très bel album, rempli de sombre féerie et de personnages mignons. Deux parties : une plus classique, du moins dans le texte, et une plus originale et inédite qui nous emmène au fond des choses. Des illustrations noir et blanc parfois agrémentées de rouge pour un magnifique résultat, à la fois étrange et merveilleux. Un must pour les fans d’adaptation des contes de fées !En savoir plus sur : livraisonslitteraires.wordpre

    14. 3.5 starsWowdid not expect that. I read this for one of my college classes. Having discussed and analyzed in class, I found that the original tale deals with very sexual content. I have a new perception of this fairy tale now.

    15. This is not the classic version of Little Red Riding Hood. It's a modernize urban setting version with photos and captions.

    16. Leí las 2 versiones la de los hermanos Grimm y la de Perrault y aún no se porque ella se metió a la cama de su "abuela" desvestida en primer lugar.

    17. This was a good book. I liked how short and easy it was to read. I also liked how the pictures were so powerful!

    18. This was a good reading of the classic little red riding hood tale, it was fun and gave an interesting perspective from a historical standpoint.

    19. On connaît tous, ou quasiment, l’histoire du Petit Chaperon rouge de Charles Perrault. Difficile d’échapper à ce classique qui a bercé l’enfance de beaucoup d’entre nous !Mais cela n’empêche pas de prendre du plaisir à relire ce conte surtout quand il est très joliment illustré comme ici. J’ai été conquise par ces illustrations en noir et blanc dont la seule touche de couleur, rouge évidemment, permet de mettre en avant notre jeune héroïne. Les numéros de pages bénéfi [...]

    20. This is one of the most amazing adult adaptations of a fairy tale I have encountered. The book is a retelling of the traditional Red Riding Hood story, but updated. Instead of being in a forest, Red is on what appears to be a European cobblestone street. The wolf--whom we never actually see--is stalking here down the empty streets in a dark, sinister car. What makes this so appealing is that the book has very few words--the story is told through a series of black and white photographs. This is d [...]

    21. Эта знакомая нам с детства версия Красной шапочки в переводе Маршака, конечно же, сильно смягчена по сравнению с оригиналом. Вплоть до того, что я вообще не понимаю, зачем здесь на обложке имя Перро. От его исходной жутковатой сказки (в те времена народные сказки вообще на де [...]

    22. Leí en una de esas páginas curiosas en la web algo como 'sabías que en la versión original de la caperucita roja el lobo invita a la niña a consumir la carne y sangre de su pobre abulita' y quedé con una curiosidad impresionante de seguir investigando y leer esa versión, y justo es algo realmente perturbador.Quedé impresionada y con muchos pensamientos andando en mi cabeza. Tiene un tono tan sexual y revelador que te deja un poco traumado de como las demás versiones lo pueden tomar tan [...]

    23. When I read this book I didn't remember her not being saved. She was gobbled up and that was the end of the story which made me feel sad. But when I read the description in the back about this being a cautionary tale for young girls talking to strangers, I thought the ending was good to help keep the message strong. The illustrations were good but the colors were bright and vibrant so the story didn't seem quite as dangerous but some of the pages were in black and white. I think "The Little Red [...]

    24. "Y digo el lobo, pues bajo su envoltura no todos son de igual calaña" Las mil adaptaciones que existen de Caperucita Roja son infantiles; la historia real escrita por Charles Perrault no lo es. Lo cierto es que jamás noté el tono sexual (y no es la primera vez que leo la gran versión no-hay-leñador y abuela-y-nieta-son-comida), es más, me acaba de sorprender mucho. Más que nada en la moraleja resulta explícito que no se está recomendando sólo "no hablar con extraños".

    25. A bit disturbing, and that ending was a bit abrupt! I'd recommend to opt for other versions of this story if you want to read them to little children.The Librivox audiobook was what really kept me going. It was read in German and you can listen to it for free:ia800504chive/12/iteIn spite of my not liking this story that much, I will read the rest of Perrault's tales in French to practice the language, or I will listen to them in German for the same reason.

    26. This is a great book for older children that may not be able to read at a higher level, but won't make them look like they are reading a lower level book.

    27. Okay, so, it's a standard version of LRRH, though with no happy ending. But then, at the end, Perrault throws in a "moral" which basically amounts to "this is an allegory, don't be alone at night, you slut, or you deserve what you get." And I just there likeNooooooope.Perrault had his time. His morals were still wrong, but they went with the time. He is so outdated now, just pass on this. Find a version that doesn't blame women for assault, or for having any sort of sexual feelings.I'm out.

    28. Little Red Riding Hood is the story of a young girl that sets off to visit her sick grandmother. Along the way she runs into a sly wolf that ends up following her back to her grandmother’s house. But, he beats her there, and all kinds of trouble breaks loose from that point on. Luckily, there is a curious woodcutter around that changes the series of events for the better. This fairy tale will take you on a roller coaster of emotions.

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