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Little Dead Riding Hood (Scarily Ever Laughter) Paperback – October 14, 2014
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About the Author
Amie Borst is an active member of the SCBWI, a founding and contributing member of the group blog, From the Mixed-Up Files of Middle-Grade Authors, and the author of three books.
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After the whole pie-eating contest, she meets an older woman who goes by the name of Granny who fills her with sweets and seems to understand her more than anyone around. As things start to get weird with Granny and with the threat of the underworld, nothing is what it seems with anyone. After stuff goes down with an monster and everyone's secrets are reveled on who the truly are, Scarlet can finally be at peace with who she is and can finally call a place, home!
This book was amazing and for me, this is a more modern fairy tale with a few twists that I loved reading about! The whole having Little Red Riding Hood's story come to life in this story with a huge twist was perfect for this story and to have the characters from the last story (Cinderskella) made it even more perfect or at lest for me it was! It kinda sucks that this series had to end the way it did with the publisher but I so hope that this series can find a new home that I hope can return bigger and brighter than before!!
Thank You to Amie & Bethanie Borst for writing a series with fairy tales but in a whole new way of thinking that everyone can love and enjoy!!
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : Funky Fall Middle Grade Blog Tour!
This awesome morbid twist on the Little Red Riding Hood story we grew up with was as fun and funny as I expected it to be. It started off with a young looking vampire named Scarlet starting the 6th grade (AGAIN!) in a new city and making friends with a girl named Cindy, the main character from Cinderskella. Other characters from the spooky story inspired by the popular Cinderella tale were featured in this book as well and it was interesting to see the unusual bunch of friends interact with each other…
If you’ve read Cinderskella, you already know what Cindy turns into at night, and what the character named Ethan becomes. I don’t want to spoil the fun for those who have not had a chance to read it yet. What are you waiting for though? Read Cinderskalla A.S.A.P and then jump right into Little Dead Riding Hood! It won’t be predictable, I promise. Scarlet’s visits to granny’s house takes an unexpected turn and you won’t want to put the book down.
The book is over 300 pages, but is an easy read for pre-teens and just as enjoyable for adults. The artwork within the pages of the book is pretty cool too.
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