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Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf by Roald Dahl

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Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Lesson Plans


Published in Revolting Rhymes, Roald Dahl’s narrative poem, “Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf”, is a humorous, contemporary spin on the well known fairy tale. In this version, Miss Riding Hood has an unexpected surprise for Wolf!

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A Quick Synopsis of "Little Red Riding Hood And The Wolf"



Wolf decides he is in the mood for a decent meal and knocks on Grandma’s door. Terrified, Grandma knows she will be eaten. Wolf is not satisfied with the Grandma, since she was small and tough, so he decides to wait for Little Red Riding Hood to return from her walk in the woods. The wolf dresses in grandma’s clothes, curls his hair, and waits in Grandma’s chair.

When the little girl comes in, she comments on Wolf’s big ears and eyes; the wolf responds that they will help hear and see her better. The wolf is quite happy that he is about to eat the child, but the little girl compliments the wolf’s fur coat. The wolf gets angry at her for saying the wrong line, but states that he will eat her anyway. Little Red Riding Hood smiles at this, pulls out a pistol hidden in her knickers, and shoots the wolf.

A few weeks later, the narrator comes upon Little Red Riding Hood in the woods and finds that she looks much different; she is not wearing her red cloak. Instead, she wears a lovely, furry, wolf-skin coat.



Essential Questions for "Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf"

  1. How do the characters respond to challenges?
  2. Why did the author write this version of Little Red Riding Hood?
  3. Does the rhythm and rhyme of this poem contribute to the poem? Why or why not?



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•   (English) Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf   •   (Español) Caperucita Roja y el Lobo   •   (Français) Le Petit Chaperon Rouge Et Le Loup   •   (Deutsch) Rotkäppchen Und Der Wolf   •   (Italiana) Cappuccetto Rosso e il Lupo   •   (Nederlands) Roodkapje en de Wolf   •   (Português) Chapeuzinho Vermelho E O Lobo   •   (עברית) כיפה אדומה והזאב   •   (العَرَبِيَّة) الرداء الأحمر والذئب   •   (हिन्दी) लिटिल रेड राइडिंग हूड और वुल्फ   •   (ру́сский язы́к) Красная Шапочка и Волк   •   (Dansk) Rødhætte og Ulven   •   (Svenska) Rödluvan och Vargen   •   (Suomi) Punahilkka ja Susi   •   (Norsk) Rødhette og Ulven   •   (Türkçe) Kırmızı Başlıklı Kız ve Kurt   •   (Polski) Mały Czerwony Kapturek i Wilk   •   (Româna) Scufița Roșie și Lupul   •   (Ceština) Červená Karkulka a vlk   •   (Slovenský) Malá Červená Karkulka a Vlk   •   (Magyar) Piroska és a Farkas   •   (Hrvatski) Crvenkapica i vuk   •   (български) Червената Шапчица и Вълка   •   (Lietuvos) Raudonkepuraitė ir Vilkas   •   (Slovenščina) Rdeča Kapica in Volk   •   (Latvijas) Little Red Riding Hood un Vilks   •   (eesti) Punamütsike ja Hunt