Roald Dahl's Little Red Riding Hood joins the famously infamous Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs and the very smelly but loveable Jack and the Beanstalk plus many others in a glittering line up of wickedly funny productions which children and audiences just love.
The plot twists something like this: Mr Wolf thinks he's a match for Little Red Riding Hood and her three little piggie pals. He snatches a lead on her and gobbles up Grandma - but his hair raising antics will cost him his skin. And it's sweet Little Red Riding Hood herself who has the ace up her sleeve - or, to be frank - the pistol in her knickers.
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This is Book 13 in the Collins Musicals Series. See all Collins Musicals books here.
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