Title: Twisted Fairy Tales: Little Rude Riding Hood
Author: Jo Franklin, Chris Jevons (illustrator)
Genre: Childrens, Picture Book
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
Release Date: March 15, 2020
Once upon a time, a fairy tale went very wrong! This new twist on a traditional children’s story is packed with fun, humour, and energy.
Little Rude is incredibly cheeky to everyone that she meets. She doesn’t even know the meaning of “please” and “thank you!” However, that could all change when she meets a surprisingly polite wolf on her way to Grandma’s house.
Will Little Rude’s constant insults drive even this newly reformed Big Bad Wolf over the edge? This riotously funny remix on the traditional fairy tale will delight children and adults alike.
This hilarious tale featuring brand-new full-colour illustrations will be sure to thrill readers aged 6+.
In this book, Little Red Riding Hood is a very rude girl, so she is called Little Rude Riding Hood. Her parents send her to bring her grandmother a present for her birthday, but Little Rude doesn’t want to. Eventually they convince her to go. Along her way to her grandmother’s house, she meets kind creatures, but she is still rude to them.
This story had a great twist on the original tale. Since Little Rude is so rude to her parents and everyone else, it shows kids that she is behaving badly. She behaves in the opposite way from Little Red Riding Hood, who was very kind and trusting. Another twist is that the characters who usually attack the grandmother, like the wolf and the lumberjack, are actually friends with her grandmother.
This is a fun twist on Little Red Riding Hood!
Thank you Arcturus Publishing for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
What to read next:
Twisted Fairy Tales: The Ninjabread Man by Stewart Ross, Chris Jevons (illustrator)
Twisted Fairy Tales: The Three Little Narwhals by Stewart Ross, Chris Jevons (illustrator)
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Have you read Little Rude Riding Hood? What did you think of it?