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Little Red
Riding Hood
Retold by Sue Arengo
IIIwlraled by Miche//(' Lamoreaux

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Conh:nts ..~

Ullle Red Rldln9 Hood
Exercises

Glossary
About Classic Tales

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ThIs Is the story of a little girl,
her grandma, and a big
bad wolf.
The little glrlUved In a li n le whHe hou5t'.
The hou5t' was in a village and the village
was neoT a forest.
She was a good li ll ie gIrl . l'ler mother and
father lo,'ed her very much. Her grandma
loved her very much too.
The litt le gIrl's grandma lived In a ,'ery old
house In the middle of the fOIl'~I . The li llIe
girl often went to her grandma's house,

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One Christmos, Grond ma
gave the little girl a
beout!ful red dook with
o hood.
'Oh, thank you!' sold the
little girL
She WOIl' the dook aU day on Christmas Day,
and the next day too. She wort' it aU the time,
so people 9'we her 0 new name. They called
her 'Little Red Riding Hood'.


One day her mother sold, 'U llie Red
Rid ing Hood, your grondmo Is Ill. Go
to ner hou5e ond toke net th is basket
of bread ond bUller, Wolk qu ickly to
her house, Oon't stop ond ploy, And don 't
leove the rood, 00 you understond?,
'Yes, Mother,' sold Uttle Red Rldi ngllood,

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'Hello,' 50Id lhe wolf, ' How ore
you todoy?'
'I' m very well. tho nk you,' she
on~wered, 'Su i my gro ndmo
Is LlJ.l' m toklng this basket of
brwd ond butter to her,'
'Are you ?' sold the wolf, ' Thot 's
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Utile Red Riding Hood took the hosket ond
ron Into the forest,
She wolked .ery quickly. She did not stop

ond ploy. But 500n ofter, ~he 50W ...



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The wolf was very hungry. He looked

ot Uttle Red Riding Hood wl th his big

hungry eyes.
'Wh ere does your grondmo live?' he
osked.
'She lives In 0 little old house In the
mIddle of the forest,' sold LIttle Red
Riding Hood.

' Is 11 for?'
'No. II 's very nem here.'
' Mmm: thought the wolf. ' Perhaps I
con E'Ot this li ttle girl ond her grandma.'

'Look over there!' said the wolf. 'Con
you ~ thoSoe nice flowers? Doe your
gcondmo like flowers? You con go and
get some for her.'

'Oh no, I can't,' sold Un le Red RIdIng
Hood. 'J con', leave the rood:
' Uut you can come bock to the rood

lo ter; sol d the wolf.
'Yes ... tho l's true,' $Old little Red
Ridi ng Hood $lowly. ' [ co n. Oh,
all right!'

So she wolked through the In.>es to
Ihf' f1owt'rs .

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Now the bad wolf ran quickly to
Grandma's house,
He went to the door and knocked,

'Where are you, Grandma?' called the wolf.
'I'm upstairs in bed, dear, I am ill today and
I con't get up,'
got some nice bl'N.d and butter for you,'
colled the wolf,

'['w

He went up the stairs and ron in to Grandma's
bedroom. Then he jumped onto the bed and
opened his big mouth and ate her!

'Who Is it? ' called li ttle Red RIding Hood's
grandma.
'It's me, Grandma!' the wolf answered.
'It's little Red Riding Hood!'
'Open the door and come in, dear,'

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little Red Riding Hood got lots of
beoutifuillowers In the forl's!.
Thl'n suddenly shl' reml'mbered
hl'r grandma.
'Oh door!' shl' SOld. 'I"m going to be lotl'!'
Shl' ran bod: to thl' rood, a nd soon
she caml' to her grondmo's houS/!. Shl'
stopped whl'n shl' sow the open door.
'Thot's stronge: thought lillIe Red RIding
Hood. 'Why Is Crandma's door open?'
And she went In.

The wolf put on one of Grondma's nightdresses,
and got into her bed ond wa ited. He wa ited ror
LIItle Red Riding llood.

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Little

R(d

Riding Hood wen l inlo the bedroom .

'Hello. (;ronumo,' 5h(' 5(11<1. '( o m 50rry )'OU ore
til today. look! l\~ got some nice brood and
bu u('T for )"00. And $Orne beautiful Oowers!'
'!honk )'OU , dear: 5OI1d the wolr. 'Put t nem on
the loble ond come here.'
So Un le Red Riding tiood pu l down her basket
on
'Oh, Grondmo,' me sold, 'you look very wo nge
todoyl'

And $uddenly
The wolf heord Uti le Red Ridi ng
Hood.
'W ho Is It?' he rolled.
'It's me, Grund mul It's U tt le Red

Riding liood:
' I'm upstolrs In bed, door: wiled
the woU. ' 10m III today (l nd I

con ',

gl:t

up.'

So UlIle Red Riding tlood went
up the stoln..

'Grandma's vola Is \~ry strange
todoy!' she though t. 'I,'s beco u~
s he Is ill.'

~he WO$

afTold.


'Oh, Grandmo,' sold little Red Riding Hood,
'you've got very big eyes todoy!'

'Yes, my deor,' sold the wolf, 'And that's because
I wont to eot you!'

'Tho!'s becouse I wont to see you, my cIeor: sold
the wolf.
'Oh, Grondmo,' sold little Red Ridi ng Hood,
'you've got very big eurs todoy! '
'Tha t's because I wont to heur you, my deur:
scald the wolf,
'Oh, Gmndma, you,,'t' got (I very big nose today!'
'Thot's bec(luse [ w(lnt to smell those beautiful
flowers, my cIeor:

And the wolf lumped ou l of the bed and all'
little Red Riding Hood.
Now th e wolf was big and (ot ond he wanted 10
go to sleep. He took off Gro ndmo's nightdress
and put it on the floor.

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'Oh, Grandma!' said little Red Riding Hood,
'you've go! 0 very big mouth todoy, ond a lot
of very big teeth !'

Then he got bock Into bed ond went to sleep.
Soon he begon to 5no~ loudly,
'Zhhhh: he snored, 'Zhhhhh!'


He went upstairs to Grandma's bedroom,
He looked ot the bed and SOw the wolf.
'I t's you!' he .soid. He knew about the wolf.
All the men in the village wonted 10 flnd It
and kill it .

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Soon ofter, lInle Red Riding Hood's fother come
10 the hou~. He 50W the open door.

'Thot's strange.' he thought. 'Why Is the door
open? And whot's thot noise?'

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'Zhhhhhh: snon-d the wolf. 'Zhhhhhhh!'

'What ore you doing in Grandma's bed? Well.
you con't run owoy now.'

'Grandmo 's YoiO' is very stronge todoy: thought

And he took his knife and killed the wolf.

Uttle Red Riding Hood's father,

Then he though t, ' Pt'rho ps Gra ndma Is o live!'

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So little Red Riding llood's father took hIs
knife ond cut open the wolf, And li llIe Red
Riding Hood lumped oul.

'Oh, Father! Quick! Help Grandmo. She's in
there, In the dark!'

Then Little Red Riding Hood ond her fo ther
went home to their !lull.' white hou5e.li tt le
Red RidIng Hood ron to her mother and laid
her everything.

Then Grandma lumped ou t.
'Oh! Oh! Where's that bod wolf?' she said.
'Everything's all right now,' said Uttle Red
Riding Hood's father. 'The wolf Is deod.'
So Grcmdma hod a ( UP of teo and S(IIru? nice
brood ond butter.

'Sut it's all right nowl ' she SOld.
'Yes,' said her mother. 'Sut linle Red Riding
Hood, do not talk to wolves ogoln. And do not
loove the rood when you go through the forest.
Do }'OU understand?'
'Yes, Mother.'
After thot, little Red Riding lioOO always stayed
on the rood. And she never sow a wolf o9Oin.

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Exercises

3 Moke sentences about tile story.
Then wri t e them in the correct order.

1 Who is spt'okingl Write the nome fO!" 1-4.
For number S, whot does Grandma soyl Write one sentence.

Unle Red Riding Hood
ron 10 her mal!we, and_

The wolf jumped oul
of Ihe bed (lnd _

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1 'UIIle Red Riding Hood, yol.l, grandma Is Ill.'

Mother

ale lInle Red tiding Hood.
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ron lnlOl he fOfHt.

Utt le Red Riding Hood',
rg the. took Ills knife aod _

told ller~r!fl"ing .

li ttle t ed Riding Hood _ /
too k IIIe basket and ...

killed tile wolf.

2 '~rhu~ I «In eot this little girl andhe'9.ondmg:
3 'Grandma, !/OU·~ got very big ey~ lode!,!I'
4 'Wkgl o,e!lOu doing In Grandma', bed?'

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2 Motch, then complete the sentences with the pos t tense.
stay run
lotd

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4 Write the words,

went

sow

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Red
~jdin.g Hood ond herfot lwe r .-;;"~~"~':::::.:-::.~':.
th ... I.HUle wnite house. Little Red Riding Hood
to he. mother Clnd _ __ __ hereveryth lng.

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SIIe'! gal
SIIe'! gal a

'Slit it's oil right nowl' she
After 1M. little Red Riding
Hood olWCIys _:-:-_ __

on lhe rood. And she ~r
_ _ _ _ _ 0 wolf agoin.

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afraki Sht is a/raid.

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cut open

kill to make someone/
something die

Sn gre to make 0 IOLid noi~
when I,IOLI ore sleeping

knife

stai rs

tOLldty ma king a lot of noise
middle The box iJ;n the middle.

olive not dead

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basket
dark not light; at night the skl,l
is dork

teeth

viUgg e 0 very small town in the
(oLintry
voice the SOLind from YOLi.
mOLith when I,IOLI speok or sing

forest 0 plote with monl,l lrees
grandmo t he mot her of l,Iour
mot her or fot her
h~d

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noise 01000 SOLlnd; something
you heor

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nightdress

dead not olive; when someone /
something has di«!

butter

strange unLlsLlgl ond d iffer('nt

wolf
flIn gway to lealle quic kll,l;
to essmell

itt not well

wore post ten~of wea,: to
hgve dothes on IJOLir body


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