"I think each of these are great quick and hilarious reads for anyone looking for an escape and laugh.
My personal favorite of these three was Cinderella. I think the allergy aspect was ingenious and ironic.
Characters you couldn't stand are now good? I loved how fun these were! Get them all! " Bailey Ember
5 Star Review:
"... The great twist about the wolves is indeed a good "point of view" of our society." Alejandra
"Light and fun. Red gets famous overnight due to her fashion-forward Hood-wearing. (whoknew.) On the cover of Medieval vogue. Most date-able bachelorette.Then her background with evil Grandma comes out and all her popularityvanishes. She has to go on the lam.
Red goes into thewoods to hide from the shame. Meets wolf and is afraid because of allthe scary stories Grandma told her about wolves. She talks to the wolf, because the hood allows her to understand animals.
Quick read, low-maintenance fun." D. Domain
"Unlike the children's story Red's Grandmother is EVIL.. She enjoys scaring Red with wolf stories. Granny gives Red a Red cap in order to make her look ridiculous, not beautiful. Little did Granny know Red caps were goingto be the newest fashion statement. Red suddenly has a lot of newfriends who started calling her Red Riding Hood and think she a geniusfor foreseeing the fashion. She also becomes the most sought afterbachelorette. And she is very smart. Red has it all at this point. Until the press found out about Grandma. the stories are short reads justlike the children's books but way different. I personally would not read this series to the kids but I really enjoyed them. Reut Barak has agreat imagination and has turned old favorites into new favorites forme." Teresa
"Little Red Riding Hood has anabsolutely evil grandmother who likes to scare her with wolf stories.Little Red is smart and popular and basking in celebrity, that is untilthe press found out about her evil grandmother. Red flees to the woodswhere she runs into the wolf, and some magic mushrooms and some trouble. I loved that this story incorporated a lot of modern jargon, but alsoexamines what effect point of view can have on the outcome of the story. This one was my favorite since Little Red gets to incorporate a littlebit of evil on the inside." Stephanie
"Red'sgrandmother was a nasty old woman. She was so jealous of hergranddaughter that she tried to embarrass her with a bright red hood and told her horror stories of wolves. But when red hoods became thefashion Red got very famous. Then the press learned about hergrandmother and Red tries to go on the run. She runs into a wolf andtrouble ensues.
The grandmother is an evil and jealouswoman and took joy in terrorizing Red. When Red gets famous of courseeverything goes well until her past comes into play and everyone startslooking down on her. I loved the whole mix up with the wolf and themushrooms. I really like where Red ended up and especially hergrandmothers new location." Jessica Bronder