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Little Red Reading Hood

Little Red Riding Hood, a European fairy tale about a little girl and a big bad wolf, can be traced back to the 10th century.  The most famous version was put to paper by Charles Perrault, a French folklorist who worked to write down popular stories from the oral tradition in the 17th century.  The basic story continues to inspire writers and illustrators today.  Here are just a few of the ones you can find at Hoover Public Library.

The Great Gran Plan by Elli Woollard
I Am So Clever by Mario Ramos
Little Red Hot by Eric A. Kimmel
Little Red Rhyming Hood by Sue Fliess (ebook on Hoopla)
Little Red Riding Sheep by Linda Ravin Lodding
Little Red Ruthie: A Hanukkah Tale by Gloria Koster (ebook on Hoopla)
Little Red Writing by Joan Holub (ebook on Libby & Hoopla)
Lon Po Po by Ed Young (audiobook on Hoopla)
Ninja Red Riding Hood by Corey Rosen Schwartz
Super Red Riding Hood by Claudia Dávila (ebook on Hoopla)
Very Little Red Riding Hood by Teresa Heapy (ebook on Hoopla)

Grimmtastic Girls: Red Riding Hood Gets Lost by Joan Holub & Suzanne Williams (ebook on Libby)
Little Red Riding Hood: An Interactive Fairy Tale Adventure by Eric Braun
Red Riding Hood Takes Charge by Tony Bradman
Red: The (Fairly) True Tale of Red Riding Hood by Liesl Shurtliff
Whatever After: Seeing Red by Sarah Mlynowski (audiobook on Hoopla, ebook on Libby)

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (ebook & audiobook on Libby, audiobook on Hoopla)

If you love fairytale-inspired stories, take a look at these 2020 Summer Reading lists.
Once Upon a Time 1
Once Upon a Time 2
Once Upon a Time Teen

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