Little Red Riding Wolf


3D book cover for Little Red Riding WolfLittle Red Riding Wolf sets off to Grandma Wolf’s den with a basket of goodies.  Will she heed her mother’s advice to avoid humans along her way?

Illustrated by Candace Schoonover









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A Story Turned Upside Down
By Barbara Pack

The title, Little Red Riding Wolf, tells it all. This is Little Red Riding Hood turned upside down with a call out to organic farming. Evil man cannot be trusted – and, though Little Red Riding Wolf’s family saves her and her grandma, it is a happy ending with a caution: man and beast only tolerate each other not live together happily ever after – and the lesson is punctuated with an appropriate Bible verse. The fun in reading Leland Gamson’s story is the anticipation of knowing the danger but not knowing how the conflict will be resolved. Adding to the pleasure are the illustrations by Candace Schoonover, who used her dog Timber as the model for the wolves and provided a coloring page for young want-a-be artists. Parents, this is a book for old and young to enjoy, one sure to spark conversation and a must-have in your child’s library.





Great Alternative Take on “Little Red Riding Hood”

By William M. Miller

Very thought provoking story for children that turns the “big bad wolf” into the hero of the story. It explores the relationship with a traditional Predator (Wolf) and a Human in a way that children can see that natural enemies don’t have to be enemies at all and can live in harmony with one another and Nature.





Very Creative

By Karla Wilharm

In this version of an old folk tale, Little Red Riding Hood is a wolf puppy & the villain is a trapper. While everything is reversed the ending is both surprising & amusing. It is for children & the inner child in all of us.


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