A fairy tale from the collections of Charles Perrault and the brothers Grimm. A girl called Little Red Riding Hood (after the red, hooded cloak she wears) meets a wolf in the woods while traveling to visit her sick grandmother. When she tells him where she is going, the wolf takes the short way there, swallows the grandmother, puts on her clothes, and climbs into her bed to wait for Little Red Riding Hood. She arrives and exclaims, “Grandmother, what big eyes you have!” “The better to see you with, my child,” says the wolf. “Grandmother, what big teeth you have!” remarks the girl. “The better to eat you with!” replies the wolf, who then devours Little Red Riding Hood. A huntsman rescues both the girl and her grandmother by cutting the wolf open.
In court, she testified that Alexander wanted her to wear a little red riding hood costume during the encounter.
They all dance happily ever after in this modern mashup of little red riding hood and The Story of the Three Bears.
little red riding hood did as she was told, and then entered the cottage.
little red riding hood pulled the bobbin, and the door went open.
little red riding hood set off at once for the house of her grandmother, who lived in another village.
Unless you give her a few more features she will be like little red riding hood's grandmother.
little red riding hood was delighted to go, though it was rather a long walk.
"little red riding hood," said the wolf, imitating a little girl's voice.
It may be that like little red riding hood in the nursery tale she is carrying some dainties to her grandmother.
"little red riding hood" is another favorite subject for a living picture.