Book Review: Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault

Little Red Riding Hood is a Fairy Tale, written by Charles Perrault, was a French author in 17th Century. Perrault was one of the famous Classic writer known for some notable works include Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Puss in Boots, Bluebeard & Little Red Riding Hood.

Charles Perrault (1628- 1703)

Little Red Riding Hood, was a story of a young girl, who wears a red scarf around her neck and after which she named as Little Red Riding Hood. She was going to visit her grandmother’s house, passing through a forest and in middle, she met a Wolf, he asks her where she was heading to and Little Red Riding Hood told him about visiting her Grandmother, who was sick.

Wolf makes a plan to eat Little Red Riding Hood and went to her Grandmother house before her. He knocks on her door and then open it, he doesn’t find her Grandmother there. He takes her Grandmother dress, wore it and lays down on the bed.

Little Red Riding Hood founds her Grandmother house door open and gets inside to know her well being. Wolf talk with her as her Grandmother and later reveal himself and tried to attack Little Red Riding Hood.

Little Red Riding Hood was in shock and from know where her Grandmother comes out and hit Wolf with her rolling pin and rescue Little Red Riding Hood.

She told her to never talk with the strangers and be careful of your surroundings. The story is amazing and children will love to read it. There’s a little message it depicts “To never trust someone blindly because it will bring you danger”

My rating for this book is 5/5.

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