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page having the wolf walking away but with woodcutters and their upraised axes coming along behind but there s nothing in having the wolf walking away but with woodcutters and their upraised axes coming along behind but there s nothing in text to suggest the wolf gets gotBeatrix Potter words the story beautifully and Oxenbury s illustrations are brilliant I need to see if Potter did any other retellings and if there s anot A five due to Helen Oxenbury s illustrations It is the Little Red Riding Hood story with a darker true to the original With a few softer spots Most likely for the collector of fairy tales Little Red stories or collectors of Oxenbury First sentence Once upon a time there was a village child who was so pretty so pretty as never was seen Her mother was fair silly about her and her granny was sillier still Premiseplot Beatrix Potter s retelling of the folk tale is newly illustrated by Helen Oxenbury Don t expect a happy ending for granny or Little Red My thoughts This story is dark dark
"Very Dark I Won T "dark I won t it s unrealistic Sadly it is Not about wolves eating and cross dressing but in people going missing or being murdered The world can be dangerous and dark not all wolves appear as wolves I appreciated th. Her passBrilliantly brought to life with artwork by one of the world's greatest illustrators Helen Oxenbury this is the perfect gift for Beatrix Potter fans big and smal. .
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Beautiful illustrations a dark version of the story Usually I love Helen Oxenbury and Beatrix Potter but I did not appreciate this retelling and should have previewed before reading aloud to my 3 year old Of course the should have previewed before reading aloud to my 3 year old Of course the are marvelous but they could not save this book for me The book was okay I didn t like the ending but the foreword does warn you that s it s a gruesome ending I love the illustrations though They are so well done and love the color palette The book recommends this to children ages 3 to 7 years old but I don t know I don t think I would read this to preschoolers Some of the language is old school and it s a bit wordy in my opinion It s a story so old everyone knows the endingI m not sure if I ve ever actually read the book before by anyone however my mum as well as my grandparents are huge fans of Beatrix Potters works as I m sure many other people areWhenever I hear Red Riding Hood in any kind of context my mind always flashes to two different films Red Riding Hood starring Amanda Seyfried and Hoodwinked Red Riding Hood was such a dark twist on the tale
involving curses and werewolves and Hoodwinked tell. Once upon a there was acurses werewolves and Hoodwinked tell. Once upon a time there was a child who was so pretty so pretty as never was seen So begins Beatrix Potter's retelling of Red Riding Hood A darkly delicious adapt. S the story from multiple view with wrong outlooks
On Generic And Bad CharactersI Like This Story Becausegeneric good and bad charactersI like this story because it stayed the same mostly the last sentence is the most morbid I read this through an audiobook so hearing that sentence through the narrator s voice and expression felt so final and creepily cheery I like how no woodcutter comes to the rescue and it ust ends with and so that was the end of Red Riding Hood I Not a big fan of this version although I love most of Beatrix Potter s other stories Illustrations were great Nice dark version of the story Love the ending I absolutely love the author and absolutely love the illustrator of this book All should be warned that this is the darker telling of this classic tale If that s your style then this is definitely the book for you it s beautiful Unfortunately my children would not react well to this version so I was unable to share it with them This is the Charles Perrault original with the ending that doesn t turn into a happy ever after except for the wolf who has had a fine meal of granny and girl Interestingly Helen Oxenbury s illustrations even cast doubt on. Ation of the classic tale filled with trademark Potter wit and flourishes little Red Riding Hood sets off to Granny's house with a very hungry wolf in towBut nobody saw.