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Red Riding Hood, A Storyteller Book

by Lesley Young

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Red Riding Hood sets off into the woods one day to take some cakes to her sick grandmother. On the way, she stops at the dairy for butter, at the miller for bread, and at the farmyard for eggs. However, a wily wolf reaches the grandmother┬┐s house first and hides in bed waiting for the little girl to arrive.Will Red Riding Hood notice what big eyes he has, what a long nose he has, what big ears he has, and what large teeth he has...' This timeless story is retold for a new generation in this engaging book, with delightful illustrations throughout.… (more)
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Red Riding Hood sets off into the woods one day to take some cakes to her sick grandmother. On the way, she stops at the dairy for butter, at the miller for bread, and at the farmyard for eggs. However, a wily wolf reaches the grandmother┬┐s house first and hides in bed waiting for the little girl to arrive.Will Red Riding Hood notice what big eyes he has, what a long nose he has, what big ears he has, and what large teeth he has...' This timeless story is retold for a new generation in this engaging book, with delightful illustrations throughout.

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