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Little Red Riding Wolf
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 088680115X, Paperback)"What if wolves could write stories?" Eugene Jackson asked himself one day as his imagination was running wild. "They would undoubtedly show themselves as the heroes. Then who would be the villain? Whom do wolves fear more than anyone? Humans, of course."
And so this play came into being—"Little Red Riding Hood" from the wolves' point of view. It's all here—the little girl (only this time a wolf girl) dancing merrily through the forest to visit her sick Grandmother Wolf. And the mean old humans cunningly laying a trap for her so they can…no, not eat her, but hang her head on a wall as a trophy!
With the humorous characterizations and suspenseful episodes that only a seasoned children's theatre artist could accomplish, Dr. Jackson has created a charming play that will delight little folk and keep their parents entertained, too, with its subtle portrayal of foibles that all adults will recognize as their own.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:44 -0400)
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