Little Red Riding Hood/Caperucita Roja

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Tandem Library, Jan 28, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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After arriving for a visit, Little Red Riding Hood discovers her belovedgrandmother looks oddly like the sly wolf she met along the way!

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Little Red Riding Hood is the story of a little girl, Red, nicknamed this because of the red cloak she wears that her grandma made for her. Her mom sends her to her grandmas house with a basket full ... Read full review

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In Little Red Riding Hood, Red is instructed to bring a basket of goodies to her grandmothers house through the woods. The wolf notices this, and beats her to her grandmothers house, eating the ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Candice Ransom was born in Virginia in 1952. She grew up in the country and spent most of her time daydreaming, creating stories in her head once she'd read all the books in her school library. After writing her first book at age 7, she has gone on to write over 100 books for children and young adults. She has a Masters in Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College and is earning a Masters in Children's Literature from Hollins University. Among her popular titles are The Big Green Pocketbook (1993), One Christmas Dawn (1996), The Promise Quilt (2002), and Liberty Street (2003). Her books have received numerous awards, including the Hodge Podge Society Best Children's Book; Pick of the List; Notable Trade Book in Social Studies; New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Book; New York Library Best One Hundred Book; IRA/Children's Choice; and ALA Recommended Book for Reluctant Readers. Ransom is also a ghostwriter for the Boxcar Children Mysteries, having written 18 titles for the series. She has started the Promise Quilt Literacy Project, which gives books to the children of the Virginia Appalachians. Instead of donating to individuals or to school libraries, Ransom sends 30 new books to a classroom, choosing a different school each month and giving the teacher the option of keeping the books in the classroom or letting each child take one home.

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