In this re-imagining of the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood learns the consequences of ignoring her mother’s advice and the dangers of talking to strangers. This big book has been crafted so that there is no gruesome ending to the wolf or any other characters. Instead, the wolf is punished in an appropriate way, as relevant to today’s modern society. This is a great resource for teaching children about advice, stranger-danger and opens up class discussion on how to handle such situations. 42cm x 30cm. 16 pages.