Fairytales Gone Wrong (Hardcover)

Who's Bad and Who's Good, Little Red Riding Hood?: A Story About Stranger Danger

By Steve Smallman, Neil Price (Illustrator)

QEB Publishing, 9781682971390, 24pp.

Publication Date: April 4, 2017

List Price: 15.95*
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Description

In Who's Bad and Who's Good, Little Red Riding Hood? our red-cloaked heroine is ready to set off with a basket of delicious cakes to Grandma's house. "Be good, and don't talk to strangers", Little Red Riding Hood's mum reminds her, "and if a stranger does talk to you, yell, run and tell!"

On the way, Little Red Riding Hood meets a weird-looking wolf and an adorable white bunny. Who's bad? Who's good? Little Red Riding hood will soon find out.


About the Author

Steve Smallman has been illustrating children's books for 20 years and started writing for children 10 years ago. He is the winner of the 2009 Sheffield Children's Book award for his book 'Smelly Peter: The Great Pea Eater'.Neil Price graduated with an Illustration BA (hons) and now works full-time as a freelance illustrator. Using strong characters, mixed mediums and a charming storytelling technique, Neil's aim is to entertain young readers and transport them into different worlds.


Praise For Fairytales Gone Wrong: Who's Bad and Who's Good, Little Red Riding Hood?: A Story About Stranger Danger

Little Red Riding Hood is the perfect story to introduce children to stranger danger in a familiar, non-threatening manner but one which is very effective. On the way to Grandma's house, Little Red Riding Hood meets a wolf - and remembers her mother's instructions about strangers. But is the rabbit she meets a friend? The series provides an excellent way to stimulate thought and discussion about key issues, by taking a topic and offering a range of ways to use the story to convey a message, helped by the discussion points which are found at the end of every book. The approach is sensitive and thoughtful, and the books make excellent classroom resources. - Parents In Touch