Little Red Riding Hood: An Interactive Fairy Tale Adventure

Little Red Riding Hood: An Interactive Fairy Tale Adventure


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In a battle of wits, who will win? Little Red or the Wolf? The epic struggle between the two takes some unexpected twists in this fractured retelling of the beloved fairy tale. Who do you trust? What do you do? When You Choose the path through three new versions of this fairy tale, the consequences can be chilling, surprising, or disastrous.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781491459294
Publisher: Capstone Press
Publication date: 08/01/2015
Series: You Choose: Fractured Fairy Tales Series
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 425,212
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.30(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Eric Braun is a strange and handsome man who has written dozens of books for kids and teens, sometimes while wearing a hat. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and sons and gecko. Learn more at

Table of Contents

Alone in the woods -- Bad reputation -- Fleeing through the night -- Attack plans -- A little history on Little Red.

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Little Red Riding Hood: An Interactive Fairy Tale Adventure 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
YoungMensanBookParade More than 1 year ago
The original story of a girl with a red hood and a big bad wolf takes a turn. It becomes three different stories with you deciding your fate. You can become a modern day kid, a child in a war, or a secret agent from the future! The choice is yours as you come across 48 decisions that may lead to battling, running away, or death. Also, you might meet some familiar faces if you become a modern day kid, like your awesome and brave granny or some wicked wolves. The 25 different conclusions seem endless and keep you on edge, as you turn the page to see if you are the victor or wolf-lunch. It’s an adventure in your hands and you’re the star. Read Little Red Riding Hood and decide your destiny! Little Red Riding Hood was extremely entertaining and creative. It added a fresh new look to the famous story of a girl and her red hood. The stories were delightful, and I was excited to read them. I also enjoyed how I was able to make the character’s decisions. However, I must say parts of this book were a little violent and macabre. Due to this, I am suggesting this book for older ages such as 10 and up. This book is one of the best that I have read and sent me on a thrilling journey that is why I am giving it 5 stars. This book made me love the story of Little Red Riding hood again, and it will make you fall in love with it too. Reviewed by Tessa H, age 10, Oklahoma Central Mensa
catloverAD More than 1 year ago
Little Red Riding Hood – Eric Braun - Aug 2015 5 stars = Amazon and B&N This was a very interesting story book with so many choices that you have to keep reading to find out about the different scenarios! I loved it! I will definitely being watching for more like this from Eric Braun! Highly recommend for the inquisitive, young fairy tale lovers that like to read! ARC for Netgalley and Capstone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Twas great! Well written! And my kind if story xD keep it up!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In a wooded town there lived a girl. A girl with a red cloak. She was little as other stories suggest. She was actually in her late teens. About nineteen. Anyways. This girl had a grandmother who lived a ways out of the town. In a small cottage made of wood with little square windows. One day little red riding hood got a message from a currier that her grandmother was sick. So she decided to visit her grandma. She packed up some snacks for the journey and some food for her grandma. <p> The next day she decided to set out. 'Over the river and through the woods." She said to herself. It was actually 'Down the river and through the woods.' Going over the river would cause more travel on land. So she hopped onto a boat and pai<_>d a ferryman to take her down the river a bit. The ride was very foggy and wolves could be heard in the distance. A chill ran down her spine as the boat docks across and down the river. She continues on a path in the woods. The path isnt very noticable and covered in leaves. She stayed on it for a couple hours as the sun set. The sound of wolves got louder. She carries her basket closer to her grandmas cottage. She can see nthe faint lights. She hears a crack of wood behind her and looks back to see a pack of wolves. Her heart quickens and she runs for the house. <p> The moon rises full and bright as she reaches the door. One of the wolves rip off her cloak before she slams the door quickly behind her. She locks the door from the wolves. "Red? Is that you?" An old voice calls from another room. <br> "Yes. Its me grandmother." She feels a sharp pain in her head and winces. She walks into the room that her grandma is in and smiles. "I brought you some food." <br> Her grandmother smiles warmly. "Aw. Thank you." She coughs and a bit of blood comes out of her mouth. The scent of it makes Red feel a bit queasy. <br> "Im gonna go... use the bathroom." She says to her grandma and walks to the bathroom. She looks in the mirror after closing the door. She feels exrusiating pain and falls down. Hair grows all over her and her limbs become canine like. The smell of her grandmas blood lingers in her nose. She loses conciousness. <p> When she wakes up. She sees her grandmas torn up clothes and broken glasses. Light streams through the windows and shines on blood that is pooled on the floor. A mangled set of broken bones lays in the center of the pile.
GratefulGrandma More than 1 year ago
I was not too sure about this tale. There was definitely some dark undertones to the choices when you picked the path where children were being kidnapped in WWI. There was a lot of rescues by shotgun and the familiar tale was in there too. This book could be read over and over with different choices being made each time. I think this book is definitely for middle grades or older.