so, Little Bad sets off in search of food – or his father – and runs into none other than Little Red. Who amazingly enough saw his father almost a week ago.
I laughed the whole way through the intro but then didn’t enjoy the story. I love that Mr. Lansky took the idiosyncrasies of some of our favorite fairy tales and brought them into today’s world, because while I love fairy tales, I’d hate for my daughter or nieces to think that they need a man to rescue them!
But this story fell a bit short for me. It was cute, no doubt, just not as much fun as I was expecting and I really had trouble keeping the kids interested – even though it was short.
I’ll absolutely try a few of the others but this one just didn’t click for me.
|Author:||Bruce Lansky,Timothy Tocher|
|Series:||Newfangled Fairy Tales|
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