A simple, humorous retelling of the classic fairy tale with fun and fresh illustrations by Ed Bryan.
Little Red Riding Hood sets out into the forest to take a basket of goodies to her poorly grandma. Along the way, she adds to her stores, picking beautiful flowers, gathering fallen acorns and receiving a gift of some nice, sticky honey. She thinks these treats will cheer up her grandma. But little does she know that they could just save her from the Big Bad Wolf . . .
This picture book is the perfect bedtime read for children aged 3-6.
This is Book 3 in the Nosy Crow Fairy Tales Series. See all Nosy Crow Fairy Tales books here.
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Lives in: Melbourne, Australia
Rebecca is an English illustrator living in Australia. She grew up in a creative, if slightly eccentric, family. Her days were spent roaming the English countryside collecting wild flowers and leaves, chasing butterflies and birds, and drawing tiny pictures of everything she could.
After graduating from art school in Winchest
Edward is the illustrator of one of Nosy Crow's first apps, 3-D Fairy Tales: The Three Little Pigs. Ever since his art teacher told Edward's parents that their son blossomed in the art room, Edward has followed an artistic path, studying industrial design and working as a 3D artist, animator, and illustrator. He likes nothing better than making up stuff andMore about Ed Bryan