Little Red Riding Hood | Fairy Tales | Gigglebox

Little Red Riding Hood | Fairy Tales | Gigglebox


This is the story of little Red Riding Hood Once upon a time, there was a little girl
who lived in a village near a big forest. Her grandma had made her a beautiful red cloak
with a big red hood, which she wore every time she went outside. And so everyone in
the village called her Little Red Riding Hood. One day, Little Red Riding Hood’s mother
said, “Grandma isn’t feeling very well. Will you take this basket of food through
the forest to her cottage?” “Yes,” said Little Red Riding Hood. “I
sure would love to see Grandma.” She put on her red cloak, and she pulled up her red
hood, and she took the basket of food into the forest. “Remember,” her mother called after her,
“don’t talk to any strangers along the way!” “I won’t!” Little Red Riding Hood promised,
and she skipped down the path and into the woods. Little Red Riding Hood did not have to worry
about getting lost in the forest, because she knew the way to Grandma’s house very
well. But along the way, she saw some beautiful wildflowers growing near the path. “I bet Grandma would really like these,”
she said to herself, and she stopped to pick a few. “Hello there, little girl,” said a deep,
growling voice from behind her. Little Red Riding Hood was very startled. She spun around
and saw a Big Bad Wolf standing in the shadows between two trees. “Hello,” said Little Red Riding Hood.
She did not know the wolf was bad, and she had already forgotten her mother’s words
about talking to strangers. “Where are you going on this fine day?”
asked the Big Bad Wolf. “I’m going to my grandma’s cottage on
the other side of the forest,” said Little Red Riding Hood. “She isn’t feeling well,
and I’m bringing her this basket of food and these flowers.” “What a sweet girl you are,” said the
Big Bad Wolf. He smiled and showed off his mouthful of sharp teeth. The Big Bad Wolf
was quite hungry, but he was not interested in the basket of food. “I had better be going,” said Little Red
Riding Hood. “Goodbye, Mr. Wolf!” And she skipped off down the path. The Big Bad Wolf’s stomach grumbled and
growled with hunger, and suddenly he had an idea. As quick as he could, he ran through
the forest, all the way to Grandma’s cottage. The sneaky wolf opened the door very quietly
and found Grandma asleep in her bed. He picked the old woman up, opened his great big mouth,
and he swallowed poor Grandma in one GULP! Then the Big Bad Wolf climbed into the bed
and pulled the blanket up to his chin. He put on Grandma’s glasses and her nightcap,
and he waited for the little girl to arrive with her flowers and basket of food. When Little Red Riding Hood arrived at the
cottage, she opened the door quietly and found Grandma lying in bed. “Hello, Grandma,”
she said. “Mother told me you weren’t feeling well, so I brought you some food and
some flowers.” “What a sweet little girl you are!” said
the wolf in his fake-Grandma voice. “Come closer, my dear.” Little Red Riding Hood took a step closer,
and she noticed that something looked a little different about Grandma. “My!” she said.
“What big eyes you have, Grandma!” “All the better to see you with!” said
the Big Bad Wolf. “Come closer, my dear.” Little Red Riding Hood took another step closer
to the bed. “My!” she said. “What big ears you have, Grandma!” “All the better to hear you with,” replied
the wolf. “Come closer, my dear!” Little Red Riding Hood took one more step
closer. “My!” she said in surprise. “What big teeth you have, Grandma!” “ALL THE BETTER TO EAT YOU WITH!” growled
the Big Bad Wolf. He jumped out of the bed and he opened his great big mouth. Little
Red Riding Hood shrieked and tried to run, but the hungry wolf grabbed her up and swallowed
Little Red Riding Hood in just one GULP! Outside the cottage, a woodsman happened to
be walking through the forest when he heard Little Red Riding Hood’s shriek of surprise.
He hurried inside to see the wolf and his huge, round belly. The woodsman grabbed up the Big Bad Wolf,
turned him upside-down, and shook him by the feet. Little Red Riding Hood came tumbling
out of the wolf’s mouth, and Grandma followed. The three of them chased the Big Bad Wolf
out of the cottage, out of the forest, and over a hill. The Big Bad Wolf ran for his life and was
never seen again. Little Red Riding Hood learned her lesson, and she never, ever talked to
strangers after that. The End

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