Red Riding Hood Mother always told Red Riding Hood not to talk to strangers But the wolf she met on the way to Granny s was so charming and urbane What could be the harm of telling him that she was on her way to Gran

  • Title: Red Riding Hood
  • Author: JamesMarshall
  • ISBN: 9780140546934
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mother always told Red Riding Hood not to talk to strangers But the wolf she met on the way to Granny s was so charming and urbane What could be the harm of telling him that she was on her way to Granny s pretty yellow house on the other side of the woods Who could be a better escort than the big eyed, long armed, big toothed wolf

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      James Edward Marshall October 10, 1942 October 13, 1992 , who also wrote as Edward Marshall, was a children s author and illustrator.His father worked on the railroad, was a band member in the 1930s, and his mother sang in the local church choir His family later moved to Beaumont, Texas Marshall said Beaumont is deep south and swampy and I hated it I knew I would die if I stayed there so I diligently studied the viola, and eventually won a scholarship to the New England Conservatory in Boston 1 He entered the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, but injured his hand, ending his music career He returned to Texas, where he attended San Antonio College, and later transferred to Southern Connecticut State University where he received degrees in French and history It is said that he discovered his vocation on a 1971 summer afternoon, lying on a hammock drawing His mother was watching Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and the main characters, George and Martha, ultimately became characters in one of his children s books Marshall continued as a children s author until his untimely death in 1992 of a brain tumor In 1998, George and Martha became the basis of an eponymous animated children s television show.In addition to George and Martha, the lovable hippopotami, James Marshall created dozens of other uniquely appealing characters He is well known for his Fox series which he wrote as Edward Marshall , as well as the Miss Nelson books, the Stupids, the Cut ups, and many James Marshall had the uncanny ability to elicit wild delight from readers with relatively little text and simple drawings With only two minute dots for eyes, his illustrated characters are able to express a wide range of emotion, and produce howls of laughter from both children and adults.

    939 thoughts on “Red Riding Hood”

    1. Love James Marshall and his unique and wonderful illustrations His entire series of fairy tale renditions is magic.


    2. This gently humorous retelling of the classic fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood by James Marshall, combines the familiar Grimm Brothers tale with appealing engaging characters The characters personalities come alive through the boldly colored detailed cartoon style watercolor and black ink line illustrations The simple text works well with the sprinkling of subtle humorous illustrations like the empty box of after dinner mints next to the loud snoring wolf The protagonist, Red Riding Hood, is [...]


    3. This is my favorite story in children s version Children are able to learn some problem solving skills from red riding hood I can ask children what would they do if they encounter situation like red riding hood.


    4. Here is a clever version of the timeless book Red Riding Hood This book is dedicated to the age range of 4 through 8 year olds The text is simple and contains colorful illustrations Look how many cats are on the page with Mom making the custard I also find it interesting that Red Riding Hood, her Mom and Grandma all look bloated or over weight, yet they are making custard and bringing it to Grandma.As simple as the text is, it also uses vocabulary words that may leave a child unsure of its meani [...]


    5. Red Riding Hood by James Marshall is a retelling of the traditional folktale The illustrations and text add humor to the suspenseful tale Red Riding Hood encounters a wolf on the way to her grandmother s house, and is later tricked into thinking the wily wolf is her grandmother At the end, Red Riding Hood proves she has learned a lesson about talking to strangers This is an example of traditional literature because it is based on the Grimm brother s fairy tale Little Red Cap It has been passed d [...]


    6. Most of the Red Riding Hood books have the traditional theme that I have read However, it wasn t until now that I have realized that the message in this book that can be associated with children is, when you don t obey your parents, there is consequences As I read this one to my preschoolers, I explained the importance of being obedient This has truly helped me when they do something that they were told not to do These last two weeks has been a piece of cake because no one wants to be in trouble [...]


    7. This is a rather humorous take on the tradition story of Little Red Riding Hood and is written for grades 3 4 Red Riding Hood s mother always told her not to walk with strangers and she decides to go against her mother s advice leading her into a very bad situation The end of this story contains the humor alluded to above Discussing how to turn traditional stories into humorous stories would be a great activity Also, changing the ending of the story might be another good activity for students.


    8. I was hoping for something a bit different From the original story, I mean I was expecting a plot twist, but this is pretty much a retelling of the Grimm story For that I d have given it 2 stars, but man, those illustrations I know I ve said it before in a different review but I do adore James Marshall s style of drawing, enough to bump this up to 3 stars


    9. This is the basic folktale story with details In this version, mom warns Red not to tarry, speak to any strangers and go straight to Granny s house She realizes the woods is scary When she meets the wolf she even repeats her mom s instructions about not speaking to strangers But the wolf s charming manners convinced her to keep talking with him She tells all the granny details The wolf escorts her because you never know what might be lurking about which gives her a false sense of security She s [...]


    10. I found Red Riding Hood by James Marshall to be a pretty classic interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood The girl is tasked with delivering her sick grandma food and must journey through the dark woods While in the dark woods she makes friends with a wolf who beats her to her grandma s house When the girl arrives the wolf pretends to be her grandma This all seemed pretty typical of the Little Red Riding Hood story to me However, I found that it got a little morbid than I m used to The wolf eat [...]


    11. This is a picture book that was written and illustrated by James Marshall It is the retelling of the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood by Grimm Brother s tale Main Characters Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Granny is sick, so Red Riding Hood has to bring custard to granny s house Mother told Red Riding Hood that she should not talk to strangers, but she meets a wolf with charming manners who wants to escort Red Riding Hood to granny s house And where are you going, sweet thing He said Red Rid [...]


    12. This retelling of the classic tale of Red Riding Hood does a good job of presenting the story without any new bells and whistles The story follow the girl in the red hood who is supposed to bring her ill grandma some treats Like most picture books, the illustrations do a great job filling in the gaps of what is happening in the story Also, the pictures do a great job making the story of an mischievous wolf light hearted and fun for the intended audience children Perhaps one of the lessons for c [...]


    13. Summary Little red riding hood goes to give her grandmother dessert because she is sick On the way she meets a wolf who ends up going ahead of her to her grandmothers house He ends up eating the grandmother and pretends to be her when little red riding hood gets there He ends up eating the girl as well, at which time a hunter comes by and kills him and opens him up and lets out little red riding hood and grandma Evaluation This book was a comical version of the typical Little Red Riding Hood sto [...]


    14. Awards the book has received if any noneAppropriate grade level s pre k firstOriginal 3 line summary Little Red Riding Hood is about a little girl named Red who walks through the woods to her grandmas house Along the way she meets a wolf who tries to tempt her When she gets to her grandmas she discovers her grandma is eaten by the wolf.Original 3 line review Little Red Riding Hood is such a classic tale that everyone knows However I think as times are changing, children may not enjoy this book a [...]


    15. Used this book to compare Little Red and the Very Hungry Lion as it is a traditional tale, though still with a happy ending for Red and her grandmother It s a cute story I really enjoyed how the grandmother was so into her reading It s a little awkward to read the part about the wolf being killed to young children though especially with the illustration of him laying on the ground Some of the first graders started calling out that kill was a bad word I ve definitely read versions where there is [...]


    16. When Little Red is walking into the forest to see Granny, the wolf decides to escort her there But when Red stops to pick flowers, the wolf goes on to eat Granny The wolf also eat little Red whenever she comes in, but is saved by the Hunter whenever he passes by Very similar to the original telling.


    17. Another classic I loved James Marshall s illustrations in this because it is so cartoon and playful Many other retold version keep the old school illustrations and it doesn t seem as interesting I also really liked how he made Granny a cat lady, again it was just very playful and easy to become interested.


    18. Red Riding Hood is based on the original little red riding hood There are not really any twists and the story sticks to the original I like the illustrations because they are full of color and cover the whole page The story ultimately shows how you should listen to your mother.


    19. This book is a classic This book is a good lesson for children The book secretly tells children to listen to your parents, do not talk to strangers, and to stay on the right path The main character does not listen to her mother s wise words and gets into trouble.


    20. This book is an older classic that almost everyone has heard of I have never saw the actual book before I have only heard it by ear I thought it was neat to see the illustrations in the book since I have only ever heard it This is definitely a book I hope to read in my classroom.


    21. I liked this book because the wolf read a book I liked it because the wolf is so funny Ian I liked that the wolf gets hurt Jerry


    22. This variation of Red Riding Hood is similar to the original tale, with a few variations The book has lots of illustrations, and teaches a lesson about talking to strangers.


    23. This version of the popular tale to most should be seen as a good but largely standard version Starting out at Red Riding Hood s cottage near the dark woods she is a happy child One day her mom calls her into the kitchen to deliver a custard to her sick grandmother She then sets out being warned to definitely not talk to strangers Scared, in the dark woods, she meets a charming wolf who in his cunning get the information he needs, and leaves her to play in a sunny patch of sunflowers The wolf ru [...]


    24. 1 Awards none2 Age Range Kindergarten 3rd grade3 Summary This story begins with little red riding hood bringing her grandmother her favorite custard, when she is interrupted in her path by the big bad wolf He runs ahead to fool her, and winds up gobbling both her and her grandmother up.3 Review I think the story provides a good message about how trusting strangers can lead to potential danger Although this is such an old tale, I feel that children could continue to enjoy it today, the way I did [...]



    25. Category Genre Traditional LiteratureAge Level K 3rd GradeReading Level 2.9 grade This version of Red Riding Hood, adapted and illustrated by James Marshall, is a humorous spin on its original German folktale counterpart Marshall s signature cartoon style illustrations lend all kinds of extras to the storyline, whether it is the cat peeking after RRH as she leaves her house to go to granny s, the expressions on the characters faces throughout the tale, or perhaps the view of the wolf s wizened f [...]


    26. Red Riding Hood 1987 by James Marshall, Pictures by James Marshall, Fiction This version of Red Riding Hood is based on the original tale told The events in the story are in the same chronological order as well Red Riding Hood is on her way to Granny s to take her a basket of goodies, as she is feeling ill Red Riding Hood gets caught up by the wolf, and begins talking to him even though she was told not to talk to strangershe is very charming, and has tricked her into telling him where she is he [...]


    27. Traditional Literature folk tale Trickster TaleCharacters Little Red Riding Hood her mother her grandmother the Wolf a hunterSetting the woods grandmother s houseThemes greed, compassion, family, strangersSummary Little Red s grandmother isn t feeling well, so Red skips off to bring her a basket containing Granny s favorite custard Her mother warns her to stay away from strangers, but Red Riding Hood ignores that wisdom when she meets the Wolf and is offered an escort through the deep, dark, sca [...]


    28. 1 Genre Traditional Literature2 Summary This book tells the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood, who is asked to visit her sick grandmother and deliver her favorite custard to help her get better She is instructed by her mother not to talk to strangers It doesn t take Red Riding Hood long however, to disobey and she and her grandmother are eaten in return All ends well though, when they are saved by a brave hunter who cuts them out of the wolf.3 Critique a Comment The traditional story i [...]


    29. One day Red Riding Hood s mother said her Granny was not feeling well so she asked if Red Riding Hood would take her favorite custard over to her house Her mother gave her strict instructions to not talk to anyone along the way but to go straight to grandma s house Along her way in the dark woods appeared a wolf who wanted to talk to her Although Red Riding Hood knew not to talk to strangers, the wolf had such nice manners and she did anyway The wolf offered to escort Red Riding Hood to Grandmot [...]


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