Thursday, November 26, 2009

Red Riding Hood Takes Charge

Red Riding Hood Takes Charge
by Tony Bradman
Illustrated by Sarah Warburton

Red Riding Hood notices that her grandmother doesn't seem as happy as she used to be. So she sets on a mission to find some new friends for her grandmother. Only, she seems to keep missing how interested the Woodcutter is in her grandmother. After a few different tries, Red Riding Hood realizes things are not going right at all. Finally, it dawns on her that Mr. Woodcutter would be the perfect person to be with her grandmother.

I love the strong girl characters in these books. They're smart, funny, and very much go-getters. The illustrations are cute and it would be a great read for younger or struggling readers. Again, I recommend this series - After Happily Ever After - to any girls who love fairy tales.

5/5 Roses

*This book was given to me for review by the publisher.

1 comment:

  1. It sounds really good. I love the cover!:)


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