Red Riding Hood and the Sweet Little Wolf

Kind-hearted Little Wolf doesn’t want to be big or bad. She dreams of being good and kind. But when she is sent to catch ingredients for dinner and meets Red Riding Hood, she doesn’t know what to do. Together the unlikely duo find a surprising solution to Little Wolf’s big problem! Packed with humour, this fun-filled fairy tale introduces a light-hearted twist on the classic story. Any child who enjoyed the original tale will find plenty of giggles here.

“Colourful twist on the classic fairytale.” Practical Parenting and Pregnancy Review

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    really rubbish and I hate it so much that I could puke all over the place.Tom gates books are so much better.You could have done better,Liz.

    26 January 2014

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  • Rachael Mortimer

    Rachael Mortimer is the author of Song for a Princess.

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    Liz Pichon

    Liz Pichon’s brilliant Tom Gates series has sold well over 2 million copies, and has picked up oodles of top awards. We love it!


    Liz has picked up oodles of awards for Tom Gates titles, including the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Red House Book Award, Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book Award. Her picture books have also received acclaim: she won the Nestle Smarties Award for My Big Brother Boris the Bishops Stortford Picture Book Award for Dave.

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