Red Riding Hood by Janet Brown


Red Riding Hood by Janet Brown

My First Reading Book. This is a charming retelling of a classic fairy tale, with a fresh and lively storyline designed to appeal to young readers. Bright and imaginative drawings on every page and appropriate vocabulary mean that children can follow as you read to them, or try for themselves. Interactive questions, writing exercises, and a maze at the back of the book provide a valuable aid to learning. It is an illustrated first reading book in a large, fun format. Little Red Riding Hood, the daughter of a woodcutter, goes into the woods one day to take some treats to her sick grandmother. Unfortunately, a 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 big ears he has, and what big teeth he has...? The timeless children's story is retold for a new generation in this engaging book, with delightful illustrations throughout, simple vocabulary and familiar language that young readers can easily comprehend.

About the Author

Janet Brown is an established adapter, author, illustrator and narrator of children's books. Ken Morton has worked for more than twenty years as an artist and illustrator in a wide range of fields.

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24 pages


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Publication date

22nd September 2014



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